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I made a quick CV well :laugh: I say quick.

In hobbies and intrest they said you want to make your CV stand out so I put I like partending to be a baby in my spear time :sweatdrop:

It is a little hint of me been a ABDL
 

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So I looked up ''CV'' and see that it's basically a long resume...

At the risk of sounding mean, ab activities is not something you disclose in a professional/educational setting... and what you did was a stupid move. Did you stop and think what other people will think of when they read that you like pretending to be a baby? It's not something everyone understands and it's not something that's widely accepted. I don't know what exactly your curriculum vitae is for, if it's for college admittance or for a job search or whatever, but you've just painted yourself in a very bad light and people are going to be very questionable of you.
 

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Might not be the best way of getting work offers. Might want to swap that for something like 'Golf'.

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Ah, for college. Yep maybe try hobbies like reading, or something a bit less 'out there!'. I think what would actually happen is that they would read it, and think thst you are not taking your CV seriously. Rewrite it, and keep it proffesional. That's my advice!
 

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What if the person reading this equates AB with pedophilia, and forwards it to the police? Sure, they couldn't really charge you with anything right now. But you would be on their radar now, in a manner of speaking. God forbid some monster does something to a kid in your neighborhood, the authorities will be wanting to have a little chat with you.

You could be opening yourself up to experiencing a horrible living nightmare.
 

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I have to agree with the people above. The ABDL lifestyle is something that shouldn't be put on a Resume/CV. I get it, you want to stand out above the rest, but unless you are applying for a position in ABDL sales, its not a very wise thing to put on any paperwork for a potential employer.

Sure, its not a bad thing. Sure its not illegal. But the problem that you face is people assuming things that just are not true. You would be putting yourself in danger by publicly announcing this on any type of formal paperwork.

So this is what I would say. Creative Mind, book worm, problem solver.

Written in Reno NV -PT-
 

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I made a quick CV well :laugh: I say quick.

In hobbies and intrest they said you want to make your CV stand out so I put I like partending to be a baby in my spear time :sweatdrop:

It is a little hint of me been a ABDL


Hi Angellothefox.

Really have you? Or are you just pulling our leg. If you pull the other one it got bells on it.

Anyway you might won't put it slightly different if you are going to put it on your CV, something like I enjoyed spending my free time relaxing in an regressed state of mind. But be ready to answer questions on that if you get an interview.

Also on your strengths and weaknesses you could put that you can problem solve by seeing complex problems in a simpler way.

Yea I know its all a bit like adulting. But a nicely coloured in picture isn't what the other grown ups want, and sometime we have to play by there rules. Yeah I know it not fair. But that's grown up's for you. You just going to have to adult up for them.

All the best Little one

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As far as hobbies and interests go, I was always told in college that they don't belong on a resume unless they're related to your career. They probably aren't hurting anything unless you don't have room for other more work-related stuff.

You definitely should not be putting anything remotely fetish related (and yes, ABDL falls into that category even if it's not sexual for you.)
 
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I definitely agree with everyone that putting ABDL on your resume or CV is a terrible idea.

Yes, you want your CV to stand out. And while putting ABDL will certainly make you stand out, it won't be in a good way. Unless you're applying for a job at ABUniverse, having ABDL on your resume will essentially torpedo any chance of them calling you for an interview.

I definitely agree with HogansHeroes that you should avoid having hobbies and interests on your resume. Remember, the employer is going to be going through hundreds of resumes, and you pretty much will only have 10 seconds for it to make an impression. You want everything on your resume to tell your employer "You should hire me over everyone else because X, Y, and Z,". If it's not proving to the person reading the letter that you're the best qualified person for the job, it shouldn't be on your resume.

This goes for every hobby or interest you have that you can't spin as a skill that will help you perform the job better than anyone else or gives you a perspective that'll help the company. And ABDL does not do that. If anything, they'll probably be weirded out and probably joke about it during their break. Definitely remove the ABDL reference as well as anything that isn't proving why you're the best person for the job.
 

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Well,

Yes putting hobbies even not work related is common on cv's, albeit putting something like Abdl is totally inappropriate...

Personal things, like being IC or liking bondage, or being bisexual, liking to frequent strip clubs is all inappropriate

When reading your cv, and I've read a lot of them, first thing I'd say was this person is exhibiting in inappropriate and looking for attention, also most likely can't keep any secrets as well..

Now remember I'm looking at this from my personal view, and obviously being abdl know about it and even on a personal level would think it's ok...

But, from a business sense I wouldn't even call you back with that on your resume. Businesses are looking for people than can not blab everything they see at work, and also don't need an employee that likes to draw attention to himself in a socially awkward or worse manner.

My view is flat out, this person will be trouble n one way or another, and I have enough to do without extra issues!
 

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I made a quick CV well :laugh: I say quick.

In hobbies and intrest they said you want to make your CV stand out so I put I like partending to be a baby in my spear time :sweatdrop:

It is a little hint of me been a ABDL

Self expression is not a bad thing, and if you feel comfortable and safe hinting about this part of you a little to your friends you absolutely should.

But the world of work is not the place for self expression. That goes for everyone, not just AB/DLs. You should be trying to show a normal, capable and enthusiastic personality when you're applying for jobs or talking with your superiors if you want to succeed. It might not sound very fun but work isn't your whole life and the rewards for getting a job you like and you're good at are definitely worth a little acting. ;)
 

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It might not sound very fun but work isn't your whole life and the rewards for getting a job you like and you're good at are definitely worth a little acting. ;)

Well, that's why it's called work! Else it would be called going to fun! :)

Sorry couldn't resist...
 
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I made a quick CV well :laugh: I say quick.

they said you want to make your CV stand out so I put I like partending to be a baby in my spear time :sweatdrop:

It is a little hint of me been a ABDL


Hello, Angellothefox,
I'm going to take this from the perspective that 'they' told you your resume should stand out, but perhaps they didn't give you any guidance in what that means. Either that or you were given really bad advice. It can take awhile to get the hang of it, and mistakes do happen. It's all part of the learning experience. While there's no exact science in preparing a proper resume, I'd like to share some of my thoughts and ideas with you.


It's certainly true that you want your resume to stand out from the others. Often, depending on the field and the advertising invested, there can be dozens if not hundreds of applications with resumes. What will stand out to an employer is a well crafted resume which chronicles your work experience and highlights your professional accomplishments.

Writing a good resume

A good resume will have a 'profile summary' which tells the employer who you are. It can be several lines that tell the employer your experience, qualifications and work-related perspective. A resume should be your 'brand name' and serve as your marketing tool. It should list your work experience and education in clear chronological order with as few gaps as possible. It should also clearly list your areas of expertise and transferable skills. A number of the better resumes coming through our office also tend to have a section for 'Selected Professional Accomplishments' which highlight specific achievements or steps taken to improve the efficiency of the workplace. For example, you could show how you saved the company money or submitted innovative ideas that were adopted by the company. It shows initiative and it gives concrete examples that will relate to the position sought.

Also, include volunteer experience, community awards and recognition (if related to the position), and have your references ready for the interview. And as others have previously noted, hobbies and interests have no place on a resume unless they are somehow relevant to the position being sought.

Formatting is also important. An attractive, easy-to-read resume will receive more attention than a cluttered, poorly laid out one. Keep it short, usually two to three pages, and use features that will draw their attention to the key points you want highlighted (bullets, spacing, bold type for headings, etc). And always have someone else look your resume over to check for typos and syntax. Spellcheck doesn't get everything and autocorrect can make some unintended or unwanted changes.

Most importantly, make sure your name is clearly and prominently displayed at the top with your contact information (address, phone, and e-mail) so it's easy to contact you.

Writing a good cover letter

Considering the number of resumes an employer will be looking at, a good cover letter is also essential. This should indicate how you found out about the position, why you want it, and how it fits in with your experience or values. If the company has a website, refer to it in the cover letter and relate it to your work experience. Refer to the advertisement and what the employer is looking for. You can give examples of your past experience in a cover letter that are directly related to the qualifications listed in the advertisement. It helps show the employer that you already have what they're looking for.

Your history on the internet

The other thing that's really important to remember is that most employers will check you out on the internet before considering you for an interview. This means they will be checking out your Facebook page, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google,or any professional circle where your name may show up. You want to ensure your online persona matches your resume statements. Social media plays a big part in hiring practices.

How to salvage this situation

Personally, I would be inclined to remove the 'hobbies and interests' section with the ABDL information and resubmit a revised resume to the people who are considering your application. In most cases, they will not have time to look at any of the resumes until after the closing date has passed. Tell them you realized the one you submitted was not the most recent version and you would like to replace it with the current one. Ask them to replace the old one with the new one, and you still may have a shot at getting an interview. If you submitted a hard copy or gave it to them in person, you could ask to get the old one back.
 
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As a hiring manager if I ever saw something like that on a resume I'd assume you had the worst judgement ever and were absolutely "un-hireable"

Your resume would go into the trash and I'd tell HR to black list you from ever applying again.

I've tossed resumes for much less, like when people put their hobbies or any other irrelevant garbage. I just assume they don't have any actual skills to put in that space so they think putting nonsense in is better than nothing. But to take it to the level of putting your personal fetish nonsense on a professional correspondence is borderline disturbing.
 

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As a hiring manager if I ever saw something like that on a resume I'd assume you had the worst judgement ever and were absolutely "un-hireable"

Your resume would go into the trash and I'd tell HR to black list you from ever applying again.

I've tossed resumes for much less, like when people put their hobbies or any other irrelevant garbage. I just assume they don't have any actual skills to put in that space so they think putting nonsense in is better than nothing. But to take it to the level of putting your personal fetish nonsense on a professional correspondence is borderline disturbing.

I disagree!

It's not boardline at all!

But on a serious note, most cv's which we don't use in the states do contain irrelevant information and hobbies, even stuff like prep school chess club winner...

Cv's are supposed to be "more rounded" aka bloated and are usually several pages, and 90% is junk!

I've had to deal with them hiring in the eu and abroad quite often...

The smart candidates applying send both a cv and resume, especially to multi national companies.

I think cv's should be banned from the Bain of my existence, but for some reason the eu loves them!
 

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I made a quick CV well :laugh: I say quick.

In hobbies and intrest they said you want to make your CV stand out so I put I like partending to be a baby in my spear time :sweatdrop:

It is a little hint of me been a ABDL


Do not worry that did not last. My support worker told me to change it so now it dose not say anything about parting to be a baby.
Also I posted this post in a bine because (most of the time) ABDL time is for weekends for me. :smile: Since it was Sunday and I needed to go to bed I posted this quickly as possible.
 

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That's certainly good to hear that you had someone go over it and the ABDL reference is now gone. That'll certainly help you with your job search. =)
 

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Golf is a good one if you want to be president one day, just ask Barry. 😂
 

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I'm new here, so maybe I'm not in on the joke... but I suspect that with so many misspelled words, this person is not really applying for college.
 
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