Difference Between Cv And Resume

Jamuna Shankar
May 06, 2019   •  16 views

"Will you submit your CV or resume to impress the HR managers in the office?
Are you very sure about the difference between CV and resume. Let's discover the real meaning and the safest side of submitting any one of these works to the managers in order to express ourselves to the other side of hirers.

Resume is a pathway to enter into our career. Many interviewers select the candidates because of their resume format and creativity designs. By this we feel the importance of resume in our important part of our life.

Let us discover the differences between the resume and curriculum vitae in this discussion

Curriculum vitae

CV is curriculum vitae which is the Latin word meaning 'course of life'.

When the famous cricketer Sachin Tendulkar wants to submit his achievements and records he would submit curriculum vitae.

Curriculum vitae can be used when you are are applying in an academic institution. It is a a long and comprehensive detailed picture of your achievements and your records. It is usually more than two pages long. Curriculum vitae is usually longer than resume.

Curriculum vitae includes the following details:

Start by making a list of all your background information, and then organize it into categories.


Resume is brief document about the summary of your skills and experience relevant to the job.

When a graduate wants to to apply for a job he would definitely go for the interview with a resume

Aresumeprovides a summary of your education, work history, credentials, and other accomplishments and skills. It is very short and usually one page long document. It Delivers the information which is actually required by the HR managers what they are looking for. It saves more time for evaluating the candidates in order to recruit them for the hirers. Resume always Delivers the professional experience and the skills related to the job

Resume include the following details:

Resume often include bulleted lists to keep information concise.

Resume is safer side

Just verify whether the job is really asking for CV or resume.

If you are attending an interview in an academic institution or you are about to deliver your achievements you can go with the curriculum vitae but if you are applying a job in the most technical experience and field resume would be better.

Resume can be prepared if not sure about the job and the necessity of the company.


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