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In a resume, when referring to the experience acquired in an institution you used to work for, do you say PREVIOUS OR PRIOR institution
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Hi Nsosaz

I don't think I would combine either "previous" or "prior" directly with the word "institution" in a resume.

I might expect to see things such as these, for example:

- My previous employer was ...
- Prior to working at X, I worked at Y.
- At Institution X, I was able to apply and build on the experience I acquired at Institution Y.

I think if you post the whole sentence you want to write, we can give you better feedback.
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YankeeHi Nsosaz

I don't think I would combine either "previous" or "prior" directly with the word "institution" in a resume.

I might expect to see things such as these, for example:

- My previous employer was ...
- Prior to working at X, I worked at Y.
- At Institution X, I was able to apply and build on the experience I acquired at Institution Y.

I think if you post the whole sentence you want to write, we can give you better feedback.

"He was offered business opportunities by former clients from a previous institution"

Ooops! Sorry, wrong translation!!!

....Offered business opportunities to former clients of a previous institution