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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Resume by Susan Ireland

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Forget Anything?

Here are some other headings that might appear on your CV:
◆ Exhibitions
◆ Awards and Honors
◆ Research
◆ Studies
◆ Grants
◆ Lectures
◆ Teaching
◆ Licenses
◆ Media Appearances
Remember, “more is more” when it comes to your CV, so think hard about all you can include.

Create Your CV

Now that you have your feet wet, it’s time to jump in. Create strong sections in your CV by using the concepts presented in Chapter 3. With the additional sections mentioned in this chapter, your CV is likely to run several pages, all of which should have the following information:
◆ Your name at the top of each page
◆ The page number (placed on either the top or bottom of each page)
Continued at the bottom of each page (except the last one) ...

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