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Do you mention amateur flying on your professional cv?

Old 29th Jan 2020, 07:48
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Originally Posted by OpenCirrus619 View Post
Resumé vs CV - I think this sums it up: cv-vs-resume-difference-and-when-use-which

Interesting. In my world we tend to use a cv supported by a fairly detailed covering letter. That link suggests my idea of cover letter is actually very similar to a résumé. So we typically provide both. Personally, when recruiting, I rely heavily on the cover letter/résumé as the format gives the freedom to enthuse about future ideas, opportunities and vision rather than just recounting history.
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Old 10th Feb 2020, 07:26
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Originally Posted by ppruined View Post
Actually it is entirely legitimate to use an apostrophe in cv’s. It indicates that the letters itae are omitted. Not to use one would also be ok. It’s a matter of preference.
I'm not sure I agree with that as, surely, if that was the reason for using the apostrophe (and I'll wager it wasn't) then you'd also have a missing urriculum to locate somewhere or flag up with a second apostrophe.
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