In my line of work, I sometimes read people's CVs, e.g. for applications to be a student in our research group, or if someone wants to work for our lab. Sometimes Muslim applicants list their religion along with other details, e.g., father's name. I'm not sure if this is an Islamic matter, or just a cultural preference.
Question: What religious items should a Muslim include on their CV?
I could imagine that, when applying for jobs, etc., a Muslim woman could include her guardian's name (provided she has a guardian), or even his contact details, so that the company can verify that she has her guardian's permission to work.
In Is it appropriate to mention one's religion in an academic CV?, the author mentioned two other cases of Muslims mentioning their religion, and the answers suggested it could be problematic.