When writing a résumé or CV, I’ve read that:
Use the present tense when referring to accomplishments that are ongoing.
Use the past tense (ending in –ed) when referring to accomplishments that you have completed.
Does present tense mean “present simple” only, or is “present continuous” also right?
For example, I want to add a new entry on my CV saying:
Awaiting a new assignment as an external consultant.
Researching and taking training on. . . .
Is that right, or should I use the present simple instead?