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When you conduct a job search, your resume is usually a potential employer’s first impression of you. Your resume should be an accurate reflection of your work history, educational background and job-related accomplishments and skills. A professional resume often means the difference between getting an interview or getting lost in the shuffle.
The most important aspect of crafting a resume is to be clear and concise in communicating your thoughts while including the relevant details. People can get too caught up trying to make their resume flashy so that it stands out from the crowd, but one of the best things you can do is use a traditional format such as organizing your work history in chronological or functional order. And, as simple as it may sound, lay out your skills in a bulleted list saving additional formatting like bold, italics, or underlining for the "big" stuff, like a job title heading. Last but certainly not least we can’t stress enough how important spelling and grammar are: proofread, proofread, proofread!
Part 2 of our 4-part series on non-clinical healthcare as a career path defines this growing industry and provides a general outlook of what it means to prospective job-seekers.
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