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    StefusB is offline Newbie
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    Hello, I'm trying to find out wether people in English speaking countries sign their CVs/resumés like we do in Germany. Can anyone help me here? Thanks.

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    Default Re: sign a CV?

    No. Your accompanying letter must be signed.

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    Smile Re: sign a CV?

    In Germany both have to be signed and no book or other help for cv/application ever mentions this. So thanks for that quick reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StefusB View Post
    Hello, I'm trying to find out wether people in English speaking countries sign their CVs/resumés like we do in Germany. Can anyone help me here? Thanks.
    Not in Canada. The cover letter must be signed though.

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    Default Re: sign a CV?

    In the U.S., we don't sign resumes (or CVs), but the cover letter must be signed. Also, many people don't know that a cover letter is crucial when submitting a resume to a U.S. company. It can mean the difference between being invited for a job interview or not.



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    Last edited by esltutor; 14-Jun-2007 at 21:30.

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