同样是简历，申请学校的Acdemeic resume 和 找工作的Work resume 到底有什么不同呢？
找工作？Work Resume 的Components
Name, home address, email, LinkedIn and additional website addresses, and telephone number(s) Make sure that an employer can leave a message for you during business hours.
• Place the date beside your degree/diploma. If your degree is in progress, state “the date you began” to “present” or “anticipated graduation date”.
• Mention CGPA, if outstanding (e.g., 3.7 on a scale of 4.0).
Work experience and accomplishments
(commonly used in chronological formats)
• Describe responsibilities and accomplishments using action words.
• Include course projects if relevant to the position.
• Include paid experience, volunteer experience, and extracurricular experience.
Skills and accomplishments
(commonly used in skills-based formats)
• Group the skill sets, such as communication or teaching skills which are required for the position.
Volunteer and Co-curricular Activities.
• Skills such as leadership, organizational abilities, communication, and time management can often be demonstrated in this section.
• Clubs, professional associations, community or campus activities, volunteer work, hobbies, and sports may be included in this section.
申学校？Academic Resume 的Components
The first section of any cv always begins with your contact information. Your name, home address, office address if you have one, e-mail address, and phone number should all appear at the top of your cv.
Your academic history appears in this section.
Honours and Awards
This is where you can highlight the fellowships, scholarships, or other honours and awards you have received that are relevant to your discipline and the position that you are applying to.
The dollar value of the honour or award may also be included in your cv and can be based on the amount, prestige of the award and level of importance within your field.
Research and Teaching Interests
This section typically follows the Honours & Awards section of the cv.
√ Research experience
√ Teaching experience
√ Professional experience
√ Academic and administrative experience
√ Peer-reviewed publications
√ Non-peer reviewed publications
√ Works submitted and works in progress
Conference papers, posters, presentations and proceedings
This category is most common for scholars in the humanities and social sciences and allows you an opportunity to specify your reading, writing, and oral fluency in languages.
A list of the people who are providing the reference letters that accompany your application is often included in the cv. (e.g. thesis supervisor).