INGLÉS PARA RRHH - CV OR RÉSUMÉ?
Clearly one of the most common words used in the world of human resources is "cv" or "résumé". Interestingly, the use of these words depends on where you are located. The British always use "cv" while the Americans generally use "résumé". A "résumé" in British English means a "summary".
The Spanish like to use the word "curriculum". They often say: "Please send me your curriculum" and while most native speakers will understand this, it is better to use "cv" or "résumé".
Hope that helps!
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