[caption id="attachment_1866" align="alignright" width="300"] Resume vs CV vs Bio Data[/caption] RESUME : Resume is a French term denoting "synopsis". A resume is ideally a review of person's education, abilities and job history while applying for a fresh job. A resume doesn't list out all aspects of a profile, but only a few particular experiences customized to the target job profile. It, therefore, is normally 1 or at the max 2 pages lengthy. A resume is normally drafted, in the third person, to give it an aspiration and precise nature. A great resume would begin with a Brief Profile of the applicant, Summary of Qualifications, supported by Industry Expertise and later Professional Experience in converse chronological order. This would be followed by Education details and/or Professional Affiliations and/or Voluntary Initiatives. CV : Curriculum Vitae is a Latin term signifying "course of life". It is further accurate than a resume, usually 2 to 3 pages, or also longer as per the necessity. A C.V. lists out each skill, all the posts, and professions held, credentials, professional affiliations the candidate has received, and in sequential series. A C.V. is utilized to highlight the overall talent of the applicant in preference to specific skills for a specific job. BIO-DATA : Bio Data is the abbreviated for Biographical Data and is an old terminology for a Resume or C.V. In a bio data, center of attention is on own particulars like gender, marital status, date of birth, race, nationality, creed, residence, and the related. A sequential listing of experience and education comes after that. To summarize:
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