Styles Do Not Matter

On a British CV, it is usual to put your date of birth. On an American resume you may choose whether or not to include your birth date, marital status, children and etc. For American style it is called Resume and for British style it is called CV or Curriculum Vitae. Looking for some samples, I spotted that not all the information written on CV and Resume are the same.

In American style – an applicant will feed his resume with the following information such as:

  • his name
  • his contact address
  • his contact telephone
  • his email address
  • his marital status
  • his children (number)
  • his objective
  • his attended education
  • his work
    experiences
  • his languages
  • his references (people)

Can you spot the difference between a CV and a Resume?

In British style – an applicant will feed his CV with the following information such as:

  • his name
  • his contact address
  • his contact telephone
  • his nationality
  • his marital status
  • his education and qualifications
  • his employment to date
  • his skills
  • his interests

Styles do not matter – an applicant can choose either the American style or the British style to submit when applying a job.

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My favorite Saying: “Dream Big and don’t stop without giving it a chance to come true.” I am a father of 3 for 27 years, OFW for 17 years , a Blogger, sometimes a Poet, Self-motivated and Professional by experience. You can call me Paul or Pruel. I am friendly animal but can kick you off when it is needed. LOL. I have no specific areas where my writing will focus on. I write any subject that interests me under the merciless sun.

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