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  1. SunMoon's Avatar

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    Question Including OR included...?

    Writing something for my CV, I am at a point where I am not sure about the right form, for example:

    I worked within many departments including Asset and Investment Management...

    OR

    I worked within many departments included Asset and Investment Management...

    I ever seen the use of including though I would say included instead, is it correct?

  2. bhaisahab's Avatar
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    Re: Including OR included...?

    I worked within many departments including Asset and Investment Management...

    This is correct. You could rewrite it to say; "The departments that I worked in included..." but the first one is much better.

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