Feb 2 Reading Notes - Psych 211 Feb 2 Reading Notes Revamp...

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Psych 211 Feb 2 Reading Notes Revamp your resume and CV: - A curriculum vitae (CV) is typically used when applying for academic, educational, scientific or research positions. - A CV can be 4 or more pages, or even longer depending on experiences. - A resume is primarily used when applying to private industry, or a position with a non-profit organization. - Bachelor-level candidates to have a one-page resume, Master-level candidates to have a two-page resume, and doctoral candidates would present a CV (but again, it may depend on the industry). - Comparatively, a CV is generally more comprehensive. Resume tips: - Have a clear job target before writing your resume. Target your resume to each specific job you apply for. - Select the resume format that suits you best. Do not try to make your resume look like everyone else's. Think creatively and package yourself in the best way possible. - Don't expect to write your resume all at once. Draft your resume first, then refine and polish it by having it critiqued and proofread for grammar,
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course COMM 211 taught by Professor Traubaut during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Feb 2 Reading Notes - Psych 211 Feb 2 Reading Notes Revamp...

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