2. Noun. (countable Asia) A form resembling a curriculum vitae, used by employers to select workers. ¹
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Definition of Biodata
1. biographical information [n]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Biodata
Literary usage of Biodata
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life After Logging: Reconciling Wildlife Conservation and Production by Erik Maijaard (2005)
"... biodata Augeri, David. Born in 1962 in Connecticut, USA; holds an MSc in Ecology and Forest Sciences and is finalising a Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology. ..."
2. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering by Joan Burrelli, Carolyn Arena, Carolyn Shettle, Deborah Fort (1998)
"Within the 48 States, BLM lands provide habitat for 61 federally listed threatened or endangered animal species and 77 listed plant species (BioData, Inc., ..."
3. The Validity of Testing in Education & Employment by Eileen R. Rudert (1997)
"Are trainability tests, work samples, biodata, and assessment centers practical and viable alternatives or supplements to mental tests and will they aid in ..."
4. Agricultural Resources & Environmental Indicators edited by Margot Anderson (1998)
"... NFS lands provide habitat for 113 animal species and 87 plant species listed by the Federal Government as threatened or endangered (BioData, Inc., ..."
5. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing And Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"... interactions obtained from the GRID database were represented with the Osprey network visualization system (see http://biodata.mshri.on.ca/grid). ..."