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CV vs Resume - 2018 Guide

These days it’s pretty common for people to look for jobs abroad. Even if you haven’t done so yourself, you probably know that standards for job applications in one country don’t necessarily apply elsewhere.

The most glaring example of the cross-border difference in job application procedures is the use of a resume vs Curriculum Vitae (CV). Chances are good that you’ve heard of both, but you are probably used to dealing with only one or the other.

Knowing the difference between a curriculum vitae (CV) and resume can be valuable to your job search. It will prepare you for a situation where you are asked to provide either (or both) when applying for jobs both at home and abroad.

This guide will cover all the information you should know about resumes and CVs, including how, when and where to craft a CV vs a professional resume.

Taking a look at the above definitions, several resume/CV differences become apparent.

Detailed versus brief

How long is a CV?

By definition, it is more detailed than a resume. It usually has two or more pages, and it should include in-depth information about your previous achievements , education, professional work experience, personal projects, skills , extracurricular experience, awards, publications, extra courses, volunteer work, etc.

How long is a resume?

By contrast, a resume has fewer content sections, and the preferred length for recruiters is one page. Because of the short format , this means that you need to be selective about the content that is included, prioritizing information relevant to specific positions. Many people find this shorter format challenging.

Static versus dynamic content

A resume should always be customized to the Looking For Cheap Online Navy OfftheShoulder Blouse Cedric Charlier Shop For Buy Cheap Low Price 55r2KwF
. The intention with a resume is to provide a snapshot of how your skills and experiences align with the employer’s needs. You need to be selective about content, which could mean omitting outdated work experiences or skills descriptions . Very rarely will you use the same resume to apply for two different positions.

Meanwhile, the contents of a CV are more static. Rather than altering the contents based on the position being applied for, your CV should evolve whenever you have a new experience or accomplishment to add . When applying for a job with a CV, you rely on your cover letter to highlight qualifications that are relevant to the position.

Chronological CV versus reverse chronological resume
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Stephanie Petit
May 04, 2017 02:37 PM

Chris Pratt realized he may have offended people who are hard of hearing in a recent Instagram post — and found a moving way to say he was sorry.

The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star shared a video in which he apologized in sign language for telling people in a previous post to turn up the volume (Instagram’s default setting is to play the video without noise) rather than use the subtitles.

“When I made a video recently with subtitles, and requested that people turn up the volume and not just‘read the subtitles’ it was so people wouldn’t scroll past the video on mute, thus watching and digesting the information in the video,” he wrote. “HOWEVER, I realize now doing so was incredibly insensitive to the many folks out there who depend on subtitles.”

The 37-year-old actor said he didn’t intend to offend the more than 38 million Americans who suffer from hearing loss.

“I have people in my life who are hearing-impaired, and the last thing in the world I would want to do is offend them or anybody who suffers from hearing loss or any other disability. So truly from the bottom of my heart I apologize,” he wrote. “Thanks for pointing this out to me. In the future I’ll try to be a little less ignorant about it.”

Instagram does this thing where it mutes all the videos it shows and forces you to turn on the volume in order to hear them. (maybe because most people are watching those videos at work when they should be working and don't want to get caught. I know that's when I do it. 😬) So when I made a video recently with subtitles, and requested that people turn up the volume and not just "read the subtitles" it was so people wouldn't scroll past the video on mute, thus watching and digesting the information in the video. HOWEVER, I realize now doing so was incredibly insensitive to the many folks out there who depend on subtitles. More than 38 million Americans live with some sort of hearing disability. So I want to apologize. I have people in my life who are hearing-impaired, and the last thing in the world I would want to do is offend them or anybody who suffers from hearing loss or any other disability. So truly from the bottom of my heart I apologize. Thanks for pointing this out to me. In the future I'll try to be a little less ignorant about it. Now... I know some of you are going to say, "Hey! Chris only apologized because his publicist made him!" Well. That is not the case. As always I control my social media. Nobody else. And I am doing this because I'm actually really sorry. Apologies are powerful. I don't dole them out Willy-Nilly. This is one of those moments where I screwed up and here's me begging your pardon. I hope you accept my apology. And on that note. Why doesn't Instagram have some kind of technology to automatically add subtitles to its videos? Or at least the option. I did a little exploring and it seems lacking in that area. Shouldn't there be an option for closed captioning or something? I've made them lord knows how much money with my videos and pictures. Essentially sharing myself for free. I know they profit. So... GET ON IT INSTAGRAM!!! Put closed captioning on your app. #CCinstaNow

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Pratt added that he was completely in control of his social media and this was not a stunt encouraged by his publicity team.

Someone who fails to follow prescribed marriage rules may receive strong objections from their kin, yet you can find examples of this across numerous cultures. As anthropologist Bruce Knauft writes in his work on Sleeveless Top May Gods Love be with You by VIDA VIDA Cheap Price Pre Order MLWgnFvg
(2015) of New Guinea:

These “unreciprocated” unions provoke strong objections from the young woman’s fathers and brothers. But the young couple can prevail if the woman is strong willed or runs away with her new husband. Though the parents or brothers of the woman get upset and might beat her if they find her, many of these romantic unions endure and are ultimately accepted as marriages. (Knauft, 70)

Marrying for love isn’t new: what’s new is that people in the West today tend to have much greater freedom to do so. In his volume on The Dobe Ju/’hoansi (2013) hunter-gatherers of the Kalahari Desert, Richard Lee writes that:

All first marriages are arranged by parents, and the girls have little say in the matter. If the choice is unpopular, the girls will show their displeasure by kicking and screaming, a way of asserting their independent voice in decision making against the alliance of parents and potential husband. If they protest long and hard enough, the marriage will be called off. (Lee, 89)

Some young girls have even attempted suicide in order to get out of arranged marriages. Lee notes that close to half of all first marriages fail, and that the early periods of marriage are often turbulent. However, he also adds that:

…this level of conflict is not sustained indefinitely. After the initial stormy period Ju/′hoan couples usually settle down in a stable long-term relationship that may last 20 or 30 years or more, terminating in the death of one or another spouse. There is ample evidence that Ju men and women develop deep bonds of affection, though it is not the custom of the Ju/′hoansi to openly display it. Successful marriages are marked by joking and ease of interaction between the partners. Only about 10 percent of marriages that last five years or longer end in divorce. (Lee, 90)

We can see that the practice of arranged marriages, commonly found all over the world, primarily to form alliances or for economic reasons, often does impede a person’s ability to choose a partner for themselves. Yet even in societies with more coercive marriage practices, you find numerous examples of people rebelling against kin obligations, and prevailing norms, to marry for love.

The Himba pastoralists of Namibia have both arranged marriages chosen by kin, and ‘love matches’ determined by personal choice. While the Himba have a significant amount of ‘extra-pair births’ and high rates of adultery, there are striking differences between couples in arranged marriages compared to those in ‘love matches.’ Anthropologist Brooke A. Scelza found that, “In this sample, 31.8 percent of Himba women had at least one extra-pair ( omoka ) birth during their lifetime. This accounts for 17.6 percent of all marital births.” However, despite this high-rate, “Women in ‘love matches’ were significantly more faithful to their husbands than women in arranged marriages. There were no omoka children born within love matches (0 of 79), compared with 23.2 percent omoka children from arranged marriages.”