Date: 15 January 2019
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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The Difference between a CV and a Resume

When applying for a job, employers and hiring managers will ask you for a copy of your CV or your resume. But do you know the what the difference is between the two? Curriculum vitae (CV) is a Latin expression which can be translated as [the] course of [my] life. The word resume comes from
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Date: 9 January 2019
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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New Year, New You, New CV!

If 2019 has you looking to make a career change, find a new role, take on a new challenge, then your first step is to update your CV and get your name out there! Your CV is the main tool for your job search. It should contain high level information about your achievements, professional experience
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Date: 17 August 2017
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Why you should include your hobbies and interests on your CV

Putting your hobbies and interests on your CV is a great way to allow the reader to understand your personal attributes as well as your professional history, whilst giving a little insight into your life… Culture fit Along with your experience and qualifications, your hobbies and interests can create a complete image of who you
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Date: 7 February 2017
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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What contact details should go on your resume?

From your name to your LinkedIn URL, we discuss exactly what contact details should be included on your resume: Name Include your full name (first and last) on your resume. Your middle name is optional, but can sometimes be useful to include if you have a common name and want to be distinguished from others
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Date: 10 November 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Seven things not to do when writing your CV

We focus a lot on what to include in our CV, but do we think about what not to do? Here we have seven things to avoid when writing your CV: Don’t lie First and foremost, don’t lie. Providing false information in a job application is considered fraud, and just not worth damaging your career and reputation for. You
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