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I was reading a book which is about how to write a good resume,
and in one of the chapter, it points out that
"Use work experience as the subject of categories in resumes..."
This brings some questions:
1. Is "working experience" grammatically wrong in written English?
2. What is the difference between "working experience" and "work experience"?
3. Should we use "volunteering experience" or "volunteer experience"?
4. What about "working performance" or "work performance", which is grammatical correct when it refers to someone's performance at work?
Please kindly help clarify, teachers.
Thanks a lot.
Four years of qualifying work experience in the field of Marketing.
Work experience can be projected in the right way such as: work experience in a responsible capacity or having associated with decision making process.
Working is used an adjective to describe a person doing some form of work or labor; such as: a working person. An working woman
It is also utilized to describe something working/functioning; as:
an working model, an working knowledge of English.
It is not usually used to describe experience.
Thank you for your help, sarat andKondorosi.
Does "Job experience" have the same meaning as "Work Experience"?
Last edited by kwfine; 07-Feb-2010 at 19:16.