A curriculum vitae is essentially a traditional resume, but longer and with more details. The resume is more commonly used in the United States while the curriculum vitae is more popular and widely used internationally. Some of the items often included in a c.v. include personal information pertinent to the job, employment history, education and professional qualifications. In certain regions of Asia, applicants are required to include a photo and their date of birth with their c.v. Much like a resume, an applicant might change the information contained in his or her c.v. to make it relevant to the job for which he or she is applying.
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