Aug 10, 2018 - 12:04 PM
The format of a CV is not entirely unlike that of a resume. In fact, the two documents are similar in a number of ways. There are several key differences between a resume and a CV, though, that will inform the formatting of the latter. Specifically, a CV will be longer and include more information divided into certain sections.
Some of the sections that you should include are your contact information, educational history, work experience, publications, honors and awards and other professional accomplishments such as grants and conference presentations. These details are typically necessary—as is a CV—if you are applying to a job in academia or another educational field.