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New post 25 Aug 2018, 09:47
Hello!

I worked for a financial services company that had the title promotion go from Associate to Analyst.

Should I specify in my resume next to the titles to show that I was promoted?

Analyst (Senior Level) Jun 20xx - Dec 20xx
Associate (Entry-Level) Jan 20xx - Jun 20xx

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Hi theusualapplicant,

I think the way you suggest is just fine.

If you were, for example, promoted ahead of time, you could also write something like:

Analyst (early promotion) Jun 20xx - Dec 20xx
Associate Jan 20xx - Jun 20xx

This would also indicate that going from Associate to Analyst was actually a promotion while showing it was ahead of time.

I hope this helps.

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I agree with Alex. Would skip the part about entry-level senior-level, I really think that if you show that there are two positions delineated in Reverse chronological order they will assume that you were promoted to analyst... and if it's an early promotion put that as well. Underneath each title have a one-line job scope statement about areas of responsibility and your role. This should further anchor the upgraded responsibilities

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