A CV is used by those with graduate degrees (i.e., M.S., Ph.D) to apply for positions in academia or for scientific positions. CVs are longer than resumes and focus on education, publications, presentations, classes taught, and professional activities. CVs tend to include all experience not just selective experiences. CVs are also used in European countries for all positions.
Your career counselor is available to critique your CV. View an example of an academic CV
, or an example of a research CV
Source: University of Kentucky | Career Center
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