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.