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I have only had 1 position following graduation for 3 years of total work experience. I've grown significantly at my job. My question is: should I include any summer internships prior to my summer analyst job in my junior year, or should most of the resume center around my current position?
The summer internships prior to my summer analyst job are not related to my current work (i.e. real estate, risk management) whereas I work in consulting now.
Also, for a consulting resume, should all of my experience be centered to cases? I already have 3 case experiences written out with 2 bullets each. Should I add more case experience or perhaps more firm experience (i.e. managing direct reports and projects).
Schools focus much more on post graduation experience. Some schools like Sloan explicitly ask people to discuss only experience within the last 3 years. I would include previous experience only if it adds substantial depth to your resume that are relevant to your overall story. If it's not relevant to your post MBA goal and your story, then it shouldn't be on your resume unless you really cannot find enough to talk about from the last 3 years.
Re: Business School Resume
07 Aug 2012, 09:00
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