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    Hi Teachers,

    I want to know which one is correct? "Work experience" or "Working Experience"?

    I have 20 years work experience or I have 20 years working experience?


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    Default Re: Work Experience or Working Experience

    Both are correct

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    Default Re: Work Experience or Working Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Williamyh View Post
    Hi Teachers,

    I want to know which one is correct? "Work experience" or "Working Experience"?

    I have 20 years of work experience.


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    Any case will use "working experience"? Please advise. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williamyh View Post
    Any case will use "working experience"? Please advise. Thanks.
    No, but you could say: "experience of working in..."

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