CV是什么?
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magic magic
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Jul 16, 2008

在这里经常看到要求提供CV,CV是什么呢?
感觉不是平常的resume。

是不是一种表格形式?里面列出译员的专长领域、价格、使用软件等的东西?

先谢谢了!


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Zhoudan  Identity Verified
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Curriculum vitae Jul 16, 2008

好像加拿大是区分CV和Resume的,CV履历,Resume简历,CV比Resume详细,用于申请教育研究之类的职位和奖学金。其他国家CV和Resume都是一个的。这是我的印象,不一定准确

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Résumé

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CV_(disambiguation)
(第一条)

http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/documents/cv/difference.cfm




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magic magic
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thanks a lot. Jul 17, 2008

thank you.

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Jia Di  Identity Verified
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推荐european curriculum vitae Jul 17, 2008

http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/europass/home/vernav/Europasss%20Documents/Europass%20CV/navigate.action

可以参考这个网站的样本做一个欧洲标准简历。很实用,也很清晰


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真是太感谢了!这正是我想要的。 Jul 17, 2008

Jia Di wrote:

http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/europass/home/vernav/Europasss%20Documents/Europass%20CV/navigate.action

可以参考这个网站的样本做一个欧洲标准简历。很实用,也很清晰


真是太感谢了!这正是我想要的。
您真是一个善解人意的姐妹呀!


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A CV vs a resume Jul 17, 2008

A CV is generally more academically-orientated than a resume, it lists more of your scholarly achievements and does not include any non-university-related jobs... besides education, publications, and current research projects, a CV may also list work relating to your topics (for example, translations, etc).

The formatting also tends to be a bit more stylistic than a resume...

Hope this helps!


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magic magic
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yea, I also think so. Jul 18, 2008

Matt Coler wrote:

A CV is generally more academically-orientated than a resume, it lists more of your scholarly achievements and does not include any non-university-related jobs... besides education, publications, and current research projects, a CV may also list work relating to your topics (for example, translations, etc).

The formatting also tends to be a bit more stylistic than a resume...

Hope this helps!


yea, I also think so.

and thank you very much.


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