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I've just published my first work related paper, should I include it in a separate section on my resume or just list it as a bulletpoint in the experience section under a job? I work in industry not academia.

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  • Is there an academic job where they will be looking for such a section? – Gregory Currie Sep 20 '19 at 1:11
  • No I work in industry. – user124123 Sep 20 '19 at 1:24
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should I include it in a separate section on my resume or just list it as a bulletpoint in the experience section under a job?

If your work-related paper is being published outside the realm of your job, then it should be in a separate "Publications" section. Hopefully, you'll have more papers listed over time, and this is just the first.

If instead this paper is something solely within the company (such as in a company newsletter), then it should just be a bullet point under your job listing.

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I have the below in my resume, as is under the Education section:

Education:

Master's of Computer Science "university" "location"

  • Received "Outstanding achievement in Computer Science" Reward
  • Receive Scholarship in this and that

I would and will just include any future published papers as a new bullet point, as I believe published papers are basically academic.

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