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Don't title yourself this, regardless of what you call it This would be along the same lines as calling oneself a very stable genius and would just set one up for ridicule. If someone were truly an expert in everything they'd have no need of a job, they'd already be running the world. Instead, resume writers should give examples of when they learned things ...


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It's not recognised as a skill set. It's a talent called 'Quick Learner'. Which almost everyone reckons they have. I have seen it listed in many CV's. It's not really boasting, it just means that you have the ability to learn quickly. In reality it's just experience and learning strategies, both in how to absorb knowledge and how to put it together usefully. ...


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Save this for the interview, and stick to straightforward facts in your CV. Otherwise, if you must, then either: write about it where you elaborate on your job tasks, or write "jack of all trades" as a skill.


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Be sure to pick a title that is appropriate for the actual work you did at your startup. If you tell me that you were a CFO, I am going to ask you questions about your burn rate and runway. If you tell me that you are a Director of Finance, I am going to ask you how you lead the organization, and if you tell me that you were an accountant, I am going to ask ...


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If you write "Head of Marketing", the very first thing I'm going to ask is how big was the marketing team that you lead. If you were the only person involved in marketing, I would consider the title misleading. What I would say: Owner and Marketing Manager There is no need to imbibe yourself with the CEO title. Anyone that actually runs a large ...


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Nobody here knows exactly how LinkedIn's search algorithm works, so we can't help you with that. However, other than that, pick the job title that you think is best. Head of Marketing vs. Marketing Director shouldn't make a big difference. I'm a bit confused whether there were other people working at the company, but both marketing job titles sound like ...


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