MindyL RN 668 Views
Joined: Jul 31, '12;
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Maybe I'm lost; however, is it not better to have adults out there than the children? I tend to be optimistic & see it as a step in a better direction, even if not in the general "right" direction.
Maybe I'm missing something though.
Sigh, I'm just going to put this out there. If your grammar on here is any reflection of your grammar on an application, it may very well lead you to a clue as to why you haven't been invited to an interview. On second thought; it took me 1½ years to become gainfully employed as an RN. "If at first you don't succeed, try try again." Perseverance pays off. Good luck.
1. Proper resumes always have an objective.
2. No lines to separate anything, just spaces.
3. Headers could be bolded, not necessarily required though. Looks nicer.
4. You should include ALL experience.
With that being said my manager never even looked at my resume. :'( Id worked so hard on it too. LOL
With that being said GOOD LUCK!! Im sure it will look superb!
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