vanesp 863 Views
Joined Jan 23, '13.
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[QUOTE=vanesp;7149437]Thank you, your words really made me analyze and look into my future for this specialty.[If you can get past the idealized, emotional attraction and go a little deeper, that alone will give you an edge over someone who goes in and talks about how she's wanted to take care of babies since she was twelve and got her first job as a sitter. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. It's just not enough to say that the candidate has a realistic understanding about what the job entails. ]
I really appreciated your comment, it made me see the bigger picture.
Thank you, your words really made me analyze and look into my future for this specialty.
Thank you, good advice. newgrad503
Thank you, good advice.
Thank you for your input.
I have since graduated Nursing School since Dec 2011 and still looking for work in South Florida due to not having any experience now in 2013. But I have recently came accross a Labor and Delivery program that would train and believe me this is the Ideal way to start my Nursing Career, I have never wanted something so badly, willing to commit and work so hard for this chance. But with so much competition out here, How do I stand out from all the other applicants, How do I make my resume' (with no experience) be taken seriously for an interview opportunity?????
All these questions plz HELP......
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