CV Writing: Page 06

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Given the mass of detail discovered, keep it as a personal resume or CV in a computer text file. Absolutely everything recovered can be there.

No one else needs to see this. In a computer file it will be great for copying and pasting into application forms.

It can be made into a better presented word processed document later.

Perhaps someone who needs detail will see a version, but it won't be the usual CV. Along with each employer and other institutions listed, add the address and switchboard-telephone and general email for each institution. Add to this potential referees, public (e.g. workplace) addresses and contact details.
But this is a job for later. For the time being, save the details in a separate computer text file as the real CV gets made. Do it while making the CV and ask: What is essential for the CV?.

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Adrian Worsfold