Revisiting my CV, I have stumbled over a small question.
I originally wrote:
“I am generally willing and able to relocate worldwide.”
Today, I noticed I could also write:
“Generally, I am willing and able to relocate worldwide.”
Now, I'm a bit confused which one to use. Maybe this origins from the fact that English is not my native language…
Is there any – no matter how subtle – difference in meaning when putting the word “generally” in front of that sentence?
As that line is part of my CV, I guess most important for me is to understand if there is any reason why I should prefer one version over the other. Or doesn't it matter which one I use?