I keep saying it - the biggest mistake I see on most resumes is that it doesn't show the person's true career path. Too many people think it's acceptable just to show the last position you held with a company, and they often leave out important details regarding the stores/districts/regions they managed.
Your actual career path is not just each company you worked for and it's not just the last position you held with each company. It's each step you took with each company (after all, promotions are impressive!), and that usually means showing separate dates for every position you held and, usually, each location or geographic area you managed.
Recruiters want to see where you are, of course, but they also want to see how you got to that point.
Best of luck!
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