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CV structure - Thread 2

 
#1 CV structure - Thread 2
19/03/2007 10:46

MJ

Related to the previous post, how should you structure a CV if you have worked on lots (literally hundreds) of small projects during the last 7 years?

The problem I have is that no one project on its own is a 'big major accomplishment'. I have learnt an awful lot but don't have any 'major case studies' to talk about, so to speak.

If I try to list even a brief cross-section of the work I've done (e.g. listing even 15 representative assignments), it just doesn't give the full picture. How do I get around this?

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