Should I put my date of birth on my CV?
Your age and other personal factors such as your ethnicity, upbringing and gender are irrelevant. Consequently, you should not write your date of birth or any other irrelevant personal details on your CV.
Do you put a minor on a resume?
Should you include your minor on a resume? You should add your minor only if it’s relevant to the position you’re applying for. Remember that your resume needs to contain information that’s relevant to the position. Information that’s irrelevant will do more harm than good–it’s confusing and distracting.
Can you have 3 minors?
Originally Answered: 3 minors in college. Too many? That sounds like it might be too many minors. If you hope to complete your degree in the standard time frame, you would have to take your major classes, the required general education classes, and at least 18 classes for your minors, all in 4 years.
Is a minor or certificate better?
Minors generally cover just one field, while certificates include courses from all over the university. This allows for a more diverse educational background and more experiences to talk about and to build off of. (2) They are more specific in nature than minors.
Do jobs care about minors?
Employers don’t really care about minors. Employers do care about skills, so if you complete a CS minor and now have some coding skills, that may make you a more appealing applicant to jobs that require some coding skills or even general computer knowledge.
Do minors really matter?
Most employers will tell you that your college major is more important than your minor, and many employers will stress that hands-on experience gained during college is the most critical hiring variable of all. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore the potential edge a well-selected minor can give you.