What things should I include in my CV?
Take a look at the top five things you should always include in your CV to ensure your job applications impress every employer.Name, professional title and contact details. The first thing to include in your CV is your name. Personal profile. Employment history. Education and qualifications. Little extras. Related Articles:
How do you write a list of publications?
For written publications:Author’s Last name, Author’s First and Middle names or Initials. Title of article/chapter + Name of journal/magazine/website etc.Year of publication. Publishers or Issue number + Volume number + (if applicable) Page numbers. Remember to include the URL if the publication is online.
Should I list publications on my resume?
You do not have to include your publications/presentations and honors/awards. This is not to say that you can’t, but generally it is less expected that these would be included in the resume. We recommend having a supplemental list of publications and presentations to provide employers if they ask for it.
How do you list a co author on a CV?
List all the authors up to and including your name, and then put et al. List just the first author. As the papers will probably appear in a publications section on your resume, its fairly clear that you are going to be an author.
What does in press mean on a CV?
Journal Articles in Press: For articles that have been accepted and are in the process of being published, the year of publication is replaced with the term in press in parentheses. If listing a publication that is “in press” on your CV, include a copy of the acceptance letter from the publisher.
What is the difference between accepted and in press?
Accepted is first; forthcoming is next; in press is the last. However these terms can mean different things at different journals, but the above is widely the scheme.
How do you list unpublished papers on a CV?
if your manuscript is unpublished, it’s not a publication, don’t list it as such. if it’s published (arXiV or your website or other) while in review, clearly mark it as such (and don’t list it as peer-reviewed)
What is in press mean?
In press means the article has been accepted for publication in a future issue; n.d. means the article simply has no specified publication date. Articles in press are also different from those that are still in progress, out for review, or being revised.