If the recent economic downturn has taught us anything, it's that you never know when you might be looking for a job. Companies are still struggling to bounce back from the Great Recession. Downsizing, layoffs and restructuring are landing many professionals who thought they were done with job-seeking right back on the market.
Competition for many healthcare jobs has become increasingly intense over the past few years, primarily due to the lingering recession-showing no signs of letting up anytime soon. Your résumé is a personal marketing tool that must be crafted in a logical, organized manner to highlight your relevant experience.
Résumé-writing can be tricky business for healthcare professionals who are experts at taking care of their patients, but not accustomed to trumpeting their own skills and achievements. Whether you're a new graduate who is writing your first résumé or a seasoned healthcare professional interested in changing specialty areas, getting it right on your résumé can mean the difference between scoring an interview and sitting on the sidelines.
The days of creating a traditional résumé, one that focuses on just duties and responsibilities, are over. In this résumé handbook, learn how to gain the experience you need and how to format your résumé to show off your skills by clicking the link below.