Anyone looking for his/her first job or for a change in positions will obviously need a resume or a CV. Here is the difference between the two documents:
- A resume is the document that candidates develop for the vast majority of positions that are available. Whether you are looking for your first position in business, engineering, programming, software design, music art, sociology, sales, or journalism, you will be creating a resume that outlines your background and experience for a decision-maker to review.
- A CV is that document prepared by those seeking positions in higher education, research, and in some non-profit areas. These are lengthy documents that also outline background and experience, but they provide much more detail and are written in prose paragraphs.
A Lot has Changed
Designs of these documents have changed a great deal in recent years, and a resume or CV that was considered appropriate then will get no notice now. How you present yourself will be critical, and newer more dramatic methodologies are necessary to grab the attention of a potential employer.
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