Job titles: They can make or break a good first impression. You certainly don’t want to lie about your job history, but you do want to be descriptive. For example, “Accounting” is too vague, while “Management of A/R and A/P and Recordkeeping” carries both far more information and way more impact. This article I wrote for The Ladders delves into how to make sure your titles are both a) going to be acknowledged as accurate by your former/current employers, and b) attention-grabbers. Click here to read the full story.
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