With Connected Academics, you’ll find incredible resources to prepare for careers outside of academia. This link includes resume tips and samples to translate doctoral experiences from languages, literature, and the humanities to non-academic industries.
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This document is helpful for international students to identify the differences between a resume and CV, and receive tips on formatting and guidelines.
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