Classic CV Design Templates
The perfect way to make the best impression. Strong typographic structure and very easy to use and customize. The resume have a very organized and named layers, really easy to customize.
Features of Resume Template
– 300 DPI Resolution
– Cover Letter is included
– CMYK Color Mode
– Print Ready Ai, PSD, DOCX Files
– Free Images Used
– Size 8.27”x11.69” (A4 Size)
– Easy Customization
– 1 Different Color Variation
Help Guide Included.
Photos are not included
Min Adobe CS3 version
Fonts used, and available links:
Resume vs. Curriculum Vitae: What’s the Difference?
Curriculum Vitae (CV) is Latin for “course of life.” In contrast, resume is French for “summary.” Both CVs & Resumes:
- Are tailored for the specific job/company you are applying to
- Should represent you as the best qualified candidate
- Are used to get you an interview
- Do not usually include personal interests
If you are applying for both academic as well as industry (private or public sector) positions, you will need to prepare both a resume and a CV.
Curriculum Vitae vs. Resume: Format and Content
The CV presents a full history of your academic credentials, so the length of the document is variable. In contrast, a resume presents a concise picture of your skills and qualifications for a specific position, so length tends to be shorter and dictated by years of experience (generally 1-2 pages).
CVs are used by individuals seeking fellowships, grants, postdoctoral positions, and teaching/research positions in post-secondary institutions or high-level research positions in industry. Graduate school applications typically request a CV, but in general are looking for a resume that includes any publications and descriptions of research projects.
In many European countries, CV is used to describe all job application documents, including a resume. In the United States and Canada, CV and resume are sometimes used interchangeably. If you are not sure which kind of document to submit, it is best to ask for clarification.