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Job Skills Resume Bullet Question

  1. Dec 27, 2008 #1
    I'm doing a co-op with a major tech company right now and I need help with one bullet point I was thinking about.

    Is it worth to mention that I worked with designers on a daily basis in two different locations: one within the US and another one elsewhere in the world?

    I already have a job lined up with another company, and the company I'll be going to focuses on leadership development, so could this potentially help me? I was thinking about putting this as to show them I've interfaced with international teams and able to work with teams that are not physically near me. Does this matter? For those who are current engineers, would you care to see this on a resume? I don't know what you guys think when reading a resume, so I'm asking for advice... Thx :)
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  3. Dec 27, 2008 #2


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    I personally think it would benefit you by showing that you can work on a global basis.

  4. Jan 4, 2009 #3
    This is an interesting question, A2Core. I also think, along with stewartcs, that it is probably good to put that on your resume. However, how would you say something like that? Got any ideas stewartcs?
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