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What's the rule on professional performance awards?

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What is the cut-off for an award to be considered too insignificant to put on your app. I'm not talking about including it in an essay, but rather the list of "professional recognition/awards" that you include with your app.

I've received three individual performance recognition awards this year. In terms of monetary awards, they are small (not quite $1000 in total), but in terms of recognizing leadership/innovation/initiative they seem to me worth while mentioning.

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What is the cut-off for an award to be considered too insignificant to put on your app. I'm not talking about including it in an essay, but rather the list of "professional recognition/awards" that you include with your app.

I've received three individual performance recognition awards this year. In terms of monetary awards, they are small (not quite $1000 in total), but in terms of recognizing leadership/innovation/initiative they seem to me worth while mentioning.

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I received similar monetary awards ( not more than 2k total). But I am planning to mention these as I was the only one who received the award in my group, so to me these are important....:)

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I received similar monetary awards ( not more than 2k total). But I am planning to mention these as I was the only one who received the award in my group, so to me these are important....:)


I think I'll include them too, since they aren't that common.

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