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    EngFan is offline Member
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    Default Working experience or work experience?

    Hi All,

    Do you think "working experience" should rewrite to "work experience" in the following sentence?

    At least 10 years’ related working experience, including a minimum of 6 years’ assessment
    experience at managerial level


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    Default Re: Working experience or work experience?

    I'd leave it as is.

    In the UK at least, work experience is what final-year high school students do to accustom them to the world of employment. It's unpaid and limited to a few weeks.

    In your sentence, you might change 'working' to 'employment'.

    Last edited by Rover_KE; 09-Aug-2012 at 08:01.

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