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Skills-Based CV / resume?
Hello, I'm trying to apply for a job that requires only a CV to advance to the next round (interviews). My current CV has all the usual sections, objective, education, work experience, and additional experience / skills. I have only held part-time jobs and internships thus far, mostly in the television production field, none of which are relevant to the position I am applying for (data scientist).
Should I use a skills-based CV to apply for this job? I am planning to compose some sort of short profile, then my 'skills,' then education (which includes my recent masters in business analysis). Still, completely leaving out my four pitiful past jobs feels strange. Does anyone have any experience with this kind of CV, or had any success with one? Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I'll try to type it up and post what I have shortly.
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