10 Tips for Creating a Resume or CV That Gets Noticed

A prospective employee holds his resume and is discussing it as he sits at a desk with the manager.

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Whether you’re developing a CV or a resume, it’s important to make sure you’re putting your best foot forward. What’s the difference between the two? It depends. Sometimes, the terms “CV” and “resume” are used interchangeably. But technically, a resume is used to emphasize your professional skills and experience, while a CV is more about your academic accomplishments and can be used to apply for grants and fellowships.

Whichever one you’re developing, these 10 tips will help ensure you’re properly showcasing your skills and talent.

1. Only Include Relevant Experience

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