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Thanks for the help on the last question. I have over 15 years of experience and need to show all of it as the position is a mix of accounting/IT.

I have my resume within two pages. Curious though if I should keep my customer service (tech support) and company awards from a job 6 years ago on my resume?

These awards are not for my current but for my prior job. Not sure when to let go of them.

The job position I am applying for indicates strong customer service skills so that is why I am afraid of letting go. The awards are from 1998 to 2000


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