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Which one do you use Resume or CV or Portfolio ?

SriKumar P Atlassian Team Apr 25, 2021

When it comes to job hunt, which of the above do you use and any specific reason for the same?

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The linkedin CV is usually sufficient for a first impression.
If the recruiter needs any additional information, she will ask.
Later in an interview with a leader or manager, the portfolio can be useful.

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Taranjeet Singh Community Leader Apr 25, 2021

@SriKumar P I used my resume, and try to keep my portfolio or LinkedIn Profile in sync with my resume.

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Tamanna Godara Community Manager Apr 25, 2021

It also depends on the domain you are from. Since I am from marketing, resume has always worked for me. No one has asked me for a CV or portfolio. 

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Laura Holton Community Leader Apr 26, 2021

Hi @SriKumar P 👋

I usually use a Resume or CV both as a hard copy and on LinkedIn. For marketing you sometimes need to dip into a portfolio which is usually via behance or a personal website but I find all three can be connected and interchangeable.

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It Depends on the field you're in. Some may see your work and not actually ask for your C.V. But some may ask for all. But, Its good you always  keep them ready for just incase you need them.

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