/ Asked by Luis
I have been promoted multiple times with added responsibilities, different job titles, as well as higher pay. How do I format these jobs with the one company on my resume?
Answered by Jonathan, Hiring Expert at Avery Dennison Corporation, on Thursday, April 17, 2014
Excellent question!  I suggest having one line item that states the company and total time spent with the company.  Directly underneath that - list each job in the progression in which you received them with the associated dates.

Thank you for asking!
 
Answered by Sharon, Hiring Expert at Mutual of Omaha, on Monday, April 21, 2014
As you prepare your resume, you'll want to capture each promotion and delineate between each what your new responsibilities were. It's important to show you career progression. List the company time as a whole (i.e., 2000 - present) and then each job you had between then (i.e., 2000 - 2002, 2002 -2004).
Answered by Dustin, Hiring Expert at HP Inc., on Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Just remember to keep it impactful and concise. Stuides have shown that recruiters typically spend anywhere from 6-15 seconds on a resume during the initial screening process so make sure you are putting your best foot forward.
Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at AT&T Inc., on Tuesday, April 22, 2014
There is no single best way to format a resume. I saw one game developer’s resume go viral online because he turned his resume into an online interactive game. Hiring managers used their keyboard arrow keys to guide an avatar around the screen to explore the developer’s qualifications and experience. The point being that the developer knew what hiring managers wanted to see from a candidate like himself. Think about what points are most important to hiring managers in your case. Do they want to see the loyalty conveyed by a long career with a single company? Then consider formatting it in a way that encapsulates the entire timespan of your career with that company. Or will the variety in your work experience be a better selling point? Then the format should break up the roles. Maybe the promotions are the most impressive parts. In that case you’d want to format it in such a way that those stand out visually.
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