What sounds right to you in regards to positions for jobs?

For example "Project manager for Gucci" or "Gucci Project manager" or "Project manager for Gucci"
what sounds correct?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • what was the title of your position?
    You use that, and only that. If it's still unclear, you use 2 sentences to describe the job (again, no fancy words, just exactly what you did).
    I don't know about where you are from, but over here in norway creating fancy names for your job means your application goes to the "not" pile. We tell it as it is.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • the first and last one... they are same you know

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What Guys Said 3

  • Project Manager at Gucci sounds more professional. If it's on a CV or something there shouldn't be an at or for, it should just be a list of position held, how long for, the name of the company and responsibilities/achievements.

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  • Project Manager for Gucci

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  • Project manager for Gucci

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What Girls Said 3

  • Project Manager for postion and then Gucci for company.

    Where I come from you don't mix the postion and company up directly

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  • I think you can say both tbh..

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  • I see no difference in A and C

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