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A career portfolio is a collection of work designed to highlight your abilities and qualifications. The contents of a career portfolio should highlight your accomplishments and skills. It should be designed to help a potential employer understand the types of work you are able to produce. The portfolio should contain specific examples of your competence in the field.


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