Standard Vector Resume Template
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, EPS Files
Free Images Used
Size 8.27”x11.69” (A4 Size)
1 Different Color Variation
Help Guide Included.
Photos are not included
Min Adobe CS3 version
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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.