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In this chapter you will learn the ideal number of pages for a CV, the typical order of information in a CV, and how fast recruiters are likely to read your CV. Various templates (layouts and styles) are discussed, including the Europass, as well has how to customize them. LinkedIn is focused on in terms of how it differs from a traditional CV, what potential employers want to see on your LinkedIn page, and how recruiters and HR use LinkedIn to find potential candidates.

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Wallwork, A. (2019). Templates and Recruiters. In: English for Academic CVs, Resumes, and Online Profiles. English for Academic Research. Springer, Cham.

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