A CV is more than just a summary of your past. It is also a calling card that says something about what kind of person you are. A good CV makes things easier for potential employers, because it contains only the information that is most relevant for them, and summarizes it in a clear and convincing way.
When you apply for a job, most employees will read your CV first. If your CV interests them, they will go on to read your letter of application. Your letter of application is a supplement to your CV, and in it you can explain more about who you are and what your motivations are. It should not be a repeat of your CV in narrative form, but a well-written text in which you introduce yourself to your potential new employer.
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