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CV VS RESUME

In this, article we are going to understand difference between CV & Resume.So letโ€™s start nowโ€ฆ

What is a Resume?

A resume is a French word that means Summary. In this, we write the details about ourselves and focus only on those things which are necessary for the job. Therefore the resume should be only one or two pages. So resumes should not be larger than three pages.

For example, if you are a Hindi teacher and you want to apply for a job, then you will only tell about your teaching experience, donโ€™t write that you are expert in computers.You should write only the information related to the job in the resume.

What is a CV ?

The full-form of CV is Curriculum Vitae, it is a Latin word Curriculum means โ€œCourse of lifeโ€œ. In this, we can write a brief description of our education, qualifications, and previous experience, etc. In this, you can write all the necessary things related to the job and yourself. Therefore CV can also be from 3 to 4 pages.

CVRESUME
Curriculum Vitae(CV)Resume
Emphasizes skills.Emphasizes academic accomplishments.
Length2-4 pages.1 page, is no longer than 3 pages.
ContentName, Address,Mobile no, qualifications, skills and relevant experiences and training,references etc.Name, Address,Language and skills. previous company information.
Where to give ?For teaching and research jobs.For almost all types of company applications.

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Priya Chauhanhttps://rkrknowledge.com/
Hi ๐Ÿ‘‹, Myself Priya Chauhan from India. Content Editor | Coder | PHP Developer | UI Designer. I try to learn something new every day and share that knowledge with my friends.

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