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Post Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:52 am
Good morning everyone,

I was hoping to get some input on a resume question. I'll be completing my application to McCombs in the next two weeks (Evening Program) and am currently working on my resume. I was approached last week about taking a promotion with an effective date of March 1. It's a solid promotion from an application standpoint as I'll be moving from an Area level (~300 employees) to a Chief of Staff position at a District level (~1100 employees). I can speak to the roles and responsibilities of the new position, but I can't contribute anything toward my personal successes.

So should I include the new title on my resume? If so, should I place it at the top of my chronology despite not being able to speak to personal experiences? If not, is there a way to annotate it correctly so I can show continued career progression without it getting lost in the rest of the resume?

Thank you in advance for any advice!

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Post Thu Mar 02, 2017 12:57 pm
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Good morning everyone,
Absolutely put it on your resume! What you can do is just make it the first bullet point if you want to call some attention to it- Or just put the title with the date and proceed with the previous accomplishments since it is then somewhat implied that you would not have new bullet points for something you just took on. Hope that helps- but schools like to see progression so it is good to mention this!
I was hoping to get some input on a resume question. I'll be completing my application to McCombs in the next two weeks (Evening Program) and am currently working on my resume. I was approached last week about taking a promotion with an effective date of March 1. It's a solid promotion from an application standpoint as I'll be moving from an Area level (~300 employees) to a Chief of Staff position at a District level (~1100 employees). I can speak to the roles and responsibilities of the new position, but I can't contribute anything toward my personal successes.

So should I include the new title on my resume? If so, should I place it at the top of my chronology despite not being able to speak to personal experiences? If not, is there a way to annotate it correctly so I can show continued career progression without it getting lost in the rest of the resume?

Thank you in advance for any advice!

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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:00 am
Strat0caster wrote:
Good morning everyone,

I was hoping to get some input on a resume question. I'll be completing my application to McCombs in the next two weeks (Evening Program) and am currently working on my resume. I was approached last week about taking a promotion with an effective date of March 1. It's a solid promotion from an application standpoint as I'll be moving from an Area level (~300 employees) to a Chief of Staff position at a District level (~1100 employees). I can speak to the roles and responsibilities of the new position, but I can't contribute anything toward my personal successes.

So should I include the new title on my resume? If so, should I place it at the top of my chronology despite not being able to speak to personal experiences? If not, is there a way to annotate it correctly so I can show continued career progression without it getting lost in the rest of the resume?

Thank you in advance for any advice!
Yes, yes, yes! There is absolutely no reason not to add it and once the adcom looks at the date for the promotion they will not be wondering why there are no achievements yet, that will be very clear without you saying anything at all about the matter.

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Post Thu Mar 02, 2017 12:57 pm
Strat0caster wrote:
Good morning everyone,
Absolutely put it on your resume! What you can do is just make it the first bullet point if you want to call some attention to it- Or just put the title with the date and proceed with the previous accomplishments since it is then somewhat implied that you would not have new bullet points for something you just took on. Hope that helps- but schools like to see progression so it is good to mention this!
I was hoping to get some input on a resume question. I'll be completing my application to McCombs in the next two weeks (Evening Program) and am currently working on my resume. I was approached last week about taking a promotion with an effective date of March 1. It's a solid promotion from an application standpoint as I'll be moving from an Area level (~300 employees) to a Chief of Staff position at a District level (~1100 employees). I can speak to the roles and responsibilities of the new position, but I can't contribute anything toward my personal successes.

So should I include the new title on my resume? If so, should I place it at the top of my chronology despite not being able to speak to personal experiences? If not, is there a way to annotate it correctly so I can show continued career progression without it getting lost in the rest of the resume?

Thank you in advance for any advice!

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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:00 am
Strat0caster wrote:
Good morning everyone,

I was hoping to get some input on a resume question. I'll be completing my application to McCombs in the next two weeks (Evening Program) and am currently working on my resume. I was approached last week about taking a promotion with an effective date of March 1. It's a solid promotion from an application standpoint as I'll be moving from an Area level (~300 employees) to a Chief of Staff position at a District level (~1100 employees). I can speak to the roles and responsibilities of the new position, but I can't contribute anything toward my personal successes.

So should I include the new title on my resume? If so, should I place it at the top of my chronology despite not being able to speak to personal experiences? If not, is there a way to annotate it correctly so I can show continued career progression without it getting lost in the rest of the resume?

Thank you in advance for any advice!
Yes, yes, yes! There is absolutely no reason not to add it and once the adcom looks at the date for the promotion they will not be wondering why there are no achievements yet, that will be very clear without you saying anything at all about the matter.

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Try our free Admissions Chances Calculator - https://aringo.com/mba-admission-chances-calculator/
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