Before that/Previously/Former

efrat94

New Member
Hebrew
Hello members,
I would very much like your help. I am writing my CV at the moment, and I want to add a description sentence that says that now I'm a developer, and before that I was a journalist.
However, I'm not sure which way is the right (and formal-ish) way to actually add it.
Is "Now a developer, previously a journalist" legal?
is "formerly a journalist" better?
or maybe just "before that a journalist"?

Thanks in advance!
 
  • Miss Julie

    Senior Member
    English-U.S.
    Hi, Efrat--

    You haven't provided a complete sentence. Do you want to say something like:

    "Currently I am a developer; previously I was a journalist."

    P.S. You want to ask if something is correct, not "legal." ;)
     

    efrat94

    New Member
    Hebrew
    Hi, Efrat--

    You haven't provided a complete sentence. Do you want to say something like:

    "Currently I am a developer; previously I was a journalist."

    P.S. You want to ask if something is correct, not "legal." ;)
    Exactly what I wanted to say. Thanks!
    And yeah, oops. :D
    thanks!!
     
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