Academic CVs are often several pages long with contents that go far beyond the requirements for a resume. A resume for a job with a private business will probably not require lists of publications, courses taught, conference papers, or invited talks. Academics seeking work outside of educational or cultural institutions should account for the time they spent teaching and researching in terms of professional experience. The Office of Career Strategy at Yale University provides a helpful breakdown
of the differences between CVs and resumes. Resumes have fewer sections and do not include specialized information that is only relevant in an academic setting. Even though research interests, fellowships, service, and memberships are not standard resume sections, you should not omit major parts of your professional development. Sum up teaching experience and service
under work experience in your resume. You may also create a section for awards in which you list fellowships, postdocs, or other honors. Your resume should show hiring managers and recruiters that you are able to fulfill the requirements of a professional position.