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Question CV - where to put USCE?

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I'm working on my CV and just don't know where to put my US observerships, under which category?
I have lots of working experience overseas, so I'm not sure if I should put it under ' employment' or what, as it's not really " employment" , I mean paid
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Hi,
I'm working on my CV and just don't know where to put my US observerships, under which category?
I have lots of working experience overseas, so I'm not sure if I should put it under ' employment' or what, as it's not really " employment" , I mean paid
Hi there. I work for an organization that edits CV's. Usually, we put research under a header we call "Research Experience". We have Program Directors who look them over and make changes with us, and all of them approve/use this same template. Hope that helps!
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Put it in experience and either put volunteer or observer ship in brackets.
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I put my observership in experience, worked well for me
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