In a recent post, blogger Biochem Belle of There and (Hopefully) Back Again shares her "decision to be less restrictive in my job search than I was a couple of years ago and to apply for both academic (postdoc) and industry positions." A choice that she says means, "among other things, having two versions of my CV." In drafting two versions of the same document — an "industry CV" as well as a "traditional" one — the blogger says she's discovered that "academics care about your pedigree and publicat

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