Common aspects of a curriculum vitae, or CV, include name and contact information, areas of academic interest, education history, a list of awards and honors and any publications or presentations by the person. It generally contains employment and related experience, memberships in professional organizations and references.Continue Reading
While a resume contains the applicant's name and contact information, education and work experience, a CV is typically longer and more detailed. Organizations usually specify which of the two they require.
A CV focuses more on an applicant's academic accomplishments and experiences and is usually several pages in length. CVs require frequent updates as a person achieves more academically and professionally.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing