Hi Andres! It is great to read that you like the article. Let me try to answer your questions: Whether you list your skills before your education or vice versa is up to you and also depends on the job you’re applying to. If you’re applying for instance for a Post-Doc-Programme, I would list the education first. There is also no regulation on the number of details. Just follow one easy rule: list the details that are relevant for the job you are applying to. Since recruiters have busy calendars, try to keep it short. One to two pages for CV and cover letter will do. Best, Jana.
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