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Many of you are still confused about these terms BIODATA, RESUME and CURRICULUM VITAE especially first-timers who want to apply for the job at the first time. Below information might help you understand the differences between these three terms.
What is Biodata?
The Biodata contains the details mainly about your biological information e.g., height, weight, gender, religion, permanent address, date of birth, etc. It usually describes the person best. Biodata generally contains more details about your personal information rather than your educational qualification.
What is a Resume?
It is brief and concise information about yours and one or two pages only. A resume is a one or two page summary of your skills, education, and experience.
What is Curriculum Vitae?
The curriculum vitae contains a summary of your academic qualification, educational background, teaching experience, researching experience, awards, honors, presentations, publications, and other details. There is no page limit for Curriculum Vitae.
The curriculum vitae is similar to a resume but is used more frequently by candidates who have published works in journals, such as scientists or academic professionals.
Many of Filipino’s are afraid to be deployed in Middle East Countries specifically in Saudi Arabia, but data reveals that Filipinos are brave enough to face the consequences rather than waiting for nothing. “ It’s better to try than to regret.”
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Remained to be the top destination of both new hires and rehires with a complete deployment of 402,837, up by 5.30% from 382,553 in 2013.
The United Arab Emirates came in second with 246,231, down by 5.70% from 261,119 in 2013.
Singapore occupied the third spot with 140,205 and remained as Asia’s number one destination of OFWs.
Qatar, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Taiwan, Malaysia, Bahrain, and Canada
round up the top ten goals of OFWs.
By World Region, 90% of OFWs are in the Middle East and Asia. The Middle East employed 885,541 OFWs or 61.89% of the total land-based deployment.
The figure was 2.59% higher than 863,152 in 2013. Asia hosted 420,106 OFWs or 29.36 % of the total land-based deployment.
The rest are in Europe (29,250), Americas (27,615), Africa (22,240), Oceania (21,311) and the Trust Territories (3,867).