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The Difference Between A Resume And A Cv. I Bet You Didn't Know!
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Dear job seeker, even thoughyou use both words interchangeably they don't mean the same thing. Read below and stop living in Ignorance.

CV
A CV can be easily mistaken for a résumé, however, there is a notable difference. A résumé is supposed to be carried by applicants with no relevant career experience or no experience whatsoever. On the other hand, CVs are to be carried by candidates with relevant experience.
Format of a CV
A CV normally includes the following elements −
Name − Full name of the applicant without general salutations like Mr., Ms.
Address − the permanent address.
Summary − a brief description of what you have achieved in your profession.
Academic Qualification − your academic qualification
Additional Knowledge − Skills you have acquired beyond your profession.
Acquired Skills − Soft Skills
Programming Languages − if any
Software Tools − Software tools you use in your profession (MS Word, Excel)
Operating System Platforms − operating system you use (Windows, Mac)
Database Management System − if any
Personal Skills − soft skills
Experience Breakdown − detailed explanation of your experience
Achievements & Interests − Hobbies. Achievements in professional life
Declaration − stating all information provided about the applicant as true.


Resume
A résumé is a document used to present an applicant’s backgrounds and skills while applying for new employment. It’s a summary of a candidate’s job experience and education.
Format of a Résumé
Although the templates of résumés vary from profession to profession, the most widely accepted format consists of −
Name − Full name of the applicant without general salutations like Mr., Ms.
Address − the permanent address
Objective − the aim of your professional life
Education − your academic qualification
Skills − areas of expertise in your profession
Programming Languages − if any
Software Tools − Software tools you use in your profession (MS Word, Excel)
Operating System Platforms − operating system you use (Windows, Mac)
Database Management System − if any
Personal Skills − soft skills
Experience Breakdown − detailed explanation of your experience
Achievements & Interests − Hobbies. Achievements in professional life
Declaration − stating all information provided about the applicant as true


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(03-27-2018, 01:50 PM)Adwaxoy Wrote:
How to write attractive resume?


You need to follow several rules and tips. There are many articles with examples, you can find them in google. If you don't have enough time, you can contact this service for help https://www.orderyouressay.com/. I used it few times for writing essay.
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#3
(03-27-2018, 01:50 PM)Adwaxoy Wrote:
How to write attractive resume?


It is not so simple. I recommend to rewrite some example of suitable resume from internet.
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(03-28-2018, 11:55 AM)BertramCross Wrote:
You need to follow several rules and tips. There are many articles with examples, you can find them in google. If you don't have enough time, you can contact this service for help https://www.orderyouressay.com/. I used it few times for writing essay.


As for the different essay writing services I would highly recommend to be careful with them, or at least to check the text you bought with special plagiarism checking tools (I think I don't need to explain why). I would also advise everyone to learn writing by themselves, there are so many great tips and informative essay topic ideas  to use!
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