The Best Ways To List Multiple Positions At One Job On Your Resume

The Best Ways to List Multiple Positions at One Job on Your Resume

Crafting the perfect resume takes a lot of effort, even more so if you've had multiple jobs at the same company, either through promotions or department transfers. Here are the best ways to list them on your resume.

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If the jobs were similar in their duties, you can list them all together in chronological order with the most recent job at the top of the list.

Company Role 3, Month Year Started - Present Role 2, Month Year Started - Month Year Ended Role 1, Month Year Started - Month Year Ended

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

If the jobs didn't have similar responsibilities, you can list them separately, but under one company.

Company Role 3, Month Year Started - Present

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

Role 2, Month Year Started - Month Year Ended

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

Role 1, Month Year Started - Month Year Ended

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

*Accomplishment

You can also list each role separately, but for recruiters glancing over your resume quickly, that format can look like each role was at a different company, which can be misleading. This way focuses on the progression of your career, even at the same company, and the accomplishments you have to highlight, which will help you with hiring managers.

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