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Classic Resumes: Places of Employment
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Rarely does the location of your employer matter more than what you accomplished while there.

However, in some cases location does matter.  This would generally apply to someone who has international experience and is continuing to seek a position internationally.

Rather than hope the hiring manager notices the location of your employers, it’s best to bring this information out quickly and effectively.

One way to do that is to mention it in the Qualifications Summary or Profile paragraph that begins your resume.  For example, a business developer in retail fashion might use an opening summary like this:

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