A brief biographical summary of the main points of a person's life, especially one's education and training, the jobs one has held, and other notable activities one has participated in, as well as other notable points such as honors one has received. It is prepared and used commonly by a person who is submitting an application for a job or position of responsibility. It is also called a vita or vitae, and is abbreviated CV.
A special type of resume traditionally used within the academic community. Earned degrees, teaching and research experience, publications, presentations, and related activities are featured. Unlike a resume, a CV tends to be longer and more informational than promotional in tone. Note: The CV required in theses and dissertations follows a very specific format.
In academe, a lengthy document providing a summary of an individual's accomplishments, including employment, education, research, published work, awards, professional memberships, and other biographical information.
A summary of a persons educational qualifications and experience. A Curriculum Vitae is needed when applying for work.
a summary of your academic and work history
a comprehensive document that includes detailed information highlighting academic achievements
a little more formal in format than a resume, usually several pages (or more, if you are highly experienced)
a longer (two or more pages), more detailed synopsis of your background and skills
a long version of a chronological resume
a personalised account of a person's work experience, educational background, and skills
a physician's resume
a summary of personal details, skills, achievements, career history, education and qualifications
a summary of your skills, accomplishments, experiences and education designed to capture a prospective employer's interest
An essay in which the applicant prepares a statement dealing with their personal history and background relative to their goals and aspirations. Not a typical job resume.
Document that outlines a personâ€(tm)s educational and professional history.
a summary of one's life listing academic qualifications, employment history, and prizes or other distinctions gained, sometimes known as a résumé (though a résumé, as its name implies, is shorter).
A resume of a student's education, employment, publications, and other activities. This term is usually used in connection with graduate students and faculty, not undergraduate students.
Written summary of your educational qualifications, employment history, skills and relevant unpaid community service.
A written and chronological description of your work experience, educational background, and skills. Also called a CV, a rÃ©sumÃ© or simply a vitae.
Also called a "resume." It is a one or more page summary of an individual's education, work experience, qualifications, publications, etc.
A summary of an academic's educational and professional background. Usually, a vitae should be only a couple of pages in length and list only the most relevant and prestigious credentials.
Also referred to as a vita or CV, this term is used by the academic andscientific communities to mean resume.
(abbreviated c.v.): Latin expression meaning "course of life" in other words, a resume.