In today's competitive labor market, it is more important than ever to impress employers from the first interaction on. This means that you send them the right document to prove your work experience: either a resume or a resume.
Which one should you choose? It depends on the job. Let's take a look at the differences between a resume and a resume and when they are used for your applications.
What is a CV?
A resume summarizes your relevant experience and skills for the desired job. It's like a Facebook page, but for work. When someone looks at it, they can quickly get a picture of who you are and what you do.
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CVs typically include things like work history, education, relevant skills, awards, and activities. Most resumes are one-page and provide a concise overview of why your experience is ideal for the job. You should personalize your resume for each application to show how well your experience fits.
Using a Resume
A resume is the default for most applications. Use a resume unless you are applying in an area that specifically requires a resume (more below).
What is a CV?
While a resume contains a summary of your experience, a resume contains the full report.
CVs focus on your academic experience but also include work and other activities. A CV will include previous publications, scholarships, scholarships, projects, teaching experience, awards and research, as well as the degrees you have earned.
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