I seemed to remember that there were two answers to this question, so I googled billion. Here's what I found.
The long and short scales are two of several different large-number naming systems used throughout the world for integer powers of ten. Most countries in continental Europe, use the long scale whereas most English-speaking countries use the short scale. In East Asia and South Asia, the large number naming systems that are different from the long and short scales.
Long scale is the English translation of the French term ?chelle longue. It refers to a system of large-number names in which every new term greater than million is 1,000,000 times the previous term: billion means a million millions (10^12), trillion means a million billions (10^18), and so on. Short scale is the English translation of the French term ?chelle courte. It refers to a system of large-number names in which every new term greater than million is 1,000 times the previous term: billion means a thousand millions (10^9), trillion means a thousand billions (10^12), and so on.
in truth you want to make your resume only one page so with address contact information and education and any special skills whatever fills up the page but mostly you should leave it as 3 to 4 with whatever you did there
Some employers require a specific number of years on the application. On your resume, you should highlight your strengths and list jobs, education, awards, and skills that show your experience and expertise applicable to the job you are applying for.
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All jobs within the last 10 years. Any gaps on the resume be able to explain & include the gaps on your resume. Example: actively looking for employment during that time. I always added an additional category called "Other Job Experience" & listed job duties I had in the past at the end of my resume.