In today's tough economic climate a good resume can be the difference between success and failure. Even in the medical field competition for jobs have gotten fierce. With more and more people going into the healthcare field due to losses of jobs in other fields, the situation will only get tougher. Changes to health care may help create more jobs, but this will in turn bring more people into the field in search of a job. Give yourself every advantage by dusting out that resume and checking if any improvements can be made. Here are some tips on tweaking your resume.
List all your work history. Most employers are looking for at least ten years of work experience. If you are new to the Healthcare field don't be upset by this. List all work experience. This helps show a potential employer that you are a hard worker. It also helps show them if you are someone who stays in a job for a long period or flits from one job to the other. Replacing a employee can cost a company money so they like to have some assurance a employee will stay for a while
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