CVs and resumés – Anatomy of a CV

Cv’s The Purpose Of A Cv Is To Demonstrate Expertise And Expertise Is Established Over Time Somebody Comes In Point Blank It Says I’m An Expert Academic Reaction Is Skepticism That’s Something That Emerges Gets Proven And Reinforced Over Time Okay A CV Is Used Therefore In Contexts Where That Expertise Is Most Valued Namely In Research Context And Academic Context Either For Put Job Or For An Educational Upgrading Degree Resume On The Other Hand The Function There Is To Demonstrate Your Individual Fit For A Position Or Community That You’re Not Presently Part Of Okay It Is By Far The More Popular Document Outside The Context Of Academia And Research One Of The Biggest Problems PhDs Have Is Understanding That Five Pages Vez EV In The Private Sector Isn’t Going To Buy You Much Okay The Function And Form Are Integrally Connected To Each Other In A CV Because We’re Trying To Establish Expertise The More You’ve Taught The More You’ve Published The More You Presented The More Expertise You Have So Coming Out Of Grad School 34 Pages Is Typical I’ve Seen 30 40 Pages The Hot Biggest I’ve Seen Is 60 Can You Imagine A 60-page CD Very Productive Human …