Suggestion: Changing CV orders
Thread poster: Lincoln Hui

Lincoln Hui  Identity Verified
Hong Kong
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Jul 25, 2013

I have resumes in two languages and I prefer that my English one goes in front of my Chinese one. Whenever I change my English resume, the new one always goes second, and I have to delete and re-upload my Chinese resume as well.

This would be an even greater annoyance if I actually decide to make a distinction between my Curriculum Vitae and resume and upload both.

It's a fairly minor thing, but the ability to reorder files in the resume section can help make maintaining one's profile easier.


 


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