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: 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: 9 June 2017
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Common things to lie about on your CV

You would be surprised how easy it can be to expose a little lie on your CV, especially with references checks and employment records. Providing false information in a job application is considered fraud, and just not worth damaging your career and reputation for.  No matter how good you may be- lying is a no
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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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