8. Customize your medical resume for greater career opportunities
from By Monica Gomez
From Aug. 19:
Your medical resume is your first introduction to potential healthcare employers. At a basic level, a great resume must have a clean look, be free of spelling and grammatical errors, and present all of the information pertinent to your skillset, according to U.S. News & World Report. However, it is also important to tailor your resume and curriculum vitae (CV) to not only the healthcare industry, but also to the specific position to which you are applying, as Carrington College notes in its infographic below. In many cases, these one or two pages of writing are the only thing standing between you and a promising career caring for others.
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