What is the difference between a resume and a biodata?

resume ANSWER TO THE ABOVE QUESTION Biodata is a commonly used psychology term for biographical data. Biodata surveys are in the form of multiple choice questions. In India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, a biodata is essentially a resume plus physical attributes, such has height, weight, hair/skin/eye color, and a photo. An application form is a form created by the employer to collect information from job applicants. It may include much of the same information as a resume, but it is organized for the convenience of the employer. A resume includes a work and salary history, educational history and job objective. A curriculum vitae is a list of one's professional and educational history and tends to focus on one area of expertise. It's commonly used by authors, researchers, speakers, professors and other experts in a particular field.

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