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April 9, 1998

19. A Manager in Entry-Level Clothing

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You’re preparing your resume for a round of job interviews, and you have to list your previous job titles and duties. While you’ve never been beyond entry-level, your last job was in a small office, and you had to be versatile enough to occasionally be in charge—making decisions, representing the company at meetings, etc.—while the boss was gone for a day or week at a time. The way to best represent this on your resume is to give yourself a higher position than you really had. Your current interviews are with much larger companies, and you want to make sure they know that you can handle more than entry-level work. What should you do?

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