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I wouldnt. im pretty sure about 50% of people have done study abroad in europa or at least met a couple of foreigners in their lives. Then again, it wouldnt hurt you at all to include it if you have room on the ole resume
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gmreplay wrote:I read somewhere that it might be beneficial to include encounters with other cultures on your resume. I funded my own trip to England and Italy a couple of years ago, should I list that?
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paratactical wrote:gmreplay wrote:So the culture has to be more foreign for it to count?
No, it's that it should be more than just a trip you took. Living in England or Italy for a year =/= vacation.
Have you been to Italy? I think they're permanently on vacation there. I mean, it's not Spain, but still... they've got their priorities straight.
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YCrevolution wrote:gmreplay wrote:Desert Fox wrote:You should definitely put your vacation to Europe on your resume. Why wouldn't you?
Please don't call other users names. Thank you.
TBF I deserved it.