Resumes | CV's | BIO's
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Why is a resume important? A resume serves as your personal brand and conveys to employers and others your unique qualifications, skillsets, experiences, training, and education. The majority of employers require a resume submission, especially for management, supervision, and higher-skilled position.
When a resume is written and presented in a compelling and concise format, your chances of winning an interview increases. Employers look for candidates that stand out from all the others. My passion is to help you create a dynamic and well-rounded brand utilizing a resume that strategically aligns your vision, skillset, personality, and career goals. Once your resume is solidified, you can extend your brand to social media such as LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Blogging and more.
Who needs a Curriculum Vitae "CV"?
Usually an employer will state explicitly whether a CV or a resume is needed. In general, you would use them in the following situations:
A CV is typically required when applying for international, academic, scientific, or research positions. For example, many teaching positions in higher education will require a CV to highlight academic experience. Whereas a resume is the preferred format to apply for most jobs in the U.S. and Canada. Unless the application instructions specifically ask for a CV, you’ll need an updated resume for your job search.
What is the purpose of a CV?
CV: Curriculum vitae is Latin for course of life, so think of a CV as your professional and educational journey. It is a detailed chronological story that tells employers about the knowledge, experience, and accomplishments that made you, with a heavy focus on academics. Where as a resume is a concise document focused primarily on relevant work experience gained from previous jobs.
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Why do I need a Biography "BIO"?
A bio is the story-based version of your professional life. The information provided is similar to that of your CV or resume but the format is less formal. You are free to highlight the bits of your career you are proud of and omit anything that won’t help you. As it is a story, you can throw in interesting snippets about yourself and thus injecting some personality into your bio. The purpose of a bio is to tell the reader who you are and what you do, listing your experience and achievements, and backing your claims up with facts and figures. All these parts will form the credibility of your personal brand.