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6 Improvements You Can Make Now to Your Nursing Resume and Cover Letter to Land That Interview

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A resume and cover letter are integral parts of getting a job. As dull and seemingly redundant as a resume and cover letter may seem, take them seriously. A lot depends on them and on your getting them right. Applying for jobs now takes place almost exclusively online rather than in person. That means that…

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Doctor and Nurses

10 Big “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of Interviewing

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Interviewing has a basic set of standards that should be foundations for every interview and permeate every aspect of the interviewing process. From your preparation to your final contact with HR or a hiring manager, you should adhere to these “do” and “don’t” principles. 5 Do’s Be Honest Character is one of the most important…

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How to Answer 3 Dreaded Interview Questions (Nursing Job Interview Skills Series)

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People often dread interviews for a few simple reasons. One of them is having to answer one or more of the questions everyone hates to answer. You know the questions: What is your greatest weakness? Tell me about a time you had a conflict with a co-worker and what you did to resolve it. These…

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How to Interview the Interviewer and Why You Should (Nursing Job Interview Skills Series)

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No matter how badly you might want the job or how perfect you think the job might be, you need to interview the interviewer. What exactly does interviewing the interviewer mean? It is basically a way of seeing if the job is right for you. You shouldn’t solely focus on proving that you are the…

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Nurse’s Guide to Behavioral Interviewing, Part 2: How to Prepare For and Crush Your Behavioral Interview

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Interview preparation will determine whether you crush your interview or it crushes you. Preparation is far more complicated for a behavioral interview than it is for a traditional interview. Because you cannot be really sure exactly what they are going to ask you, preparation can prove difficult. You need to be prepared for anything that…

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