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The stories behind a CV

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Science  01 Sep 2017:
Vol. 357, Issue 6354, pp. 942
DOI: 10.1126/science.357.6354.942

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  • RE: Career paths are usually twisted
    • Dehui Bian, Research Assistant, Beijing Normal University

    This article impressed me deeply.
    A CV is essential for getting a job and a good VC will makes you stand out from the competition. But almost no one ever wrote challenges, struggles and depressed feelings in a CV, because it's really not necessary. So a place where we can share our twisted past is meaningful, which will let others know that we are all struggling.

    Competing Interests: None declared.

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