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Staying for a long time with the same company has its benefits. And shortcomings too.
One of the latter becomes obvious when you decide to change jobs and—
You’ve got no idea how to show multiple positions and promotions on your resume.
In this article, you’ll learn how to put multiple positions and promotions on a resume in several different scenarios—when your duties remained the same, when they changed, and when you returned to work for your previous employer after a stint elsewhere.
Maciej is a career expert and Certified Professional Resume Writer with a solid background in the education management industry. He's worked with people at all stages of their career paths: from interns to directors to C-suite members, he now helps you find your dream job.
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