Writing A Professional Medical Resume: Not Doing These Things Will Dramatically Decrease Your Chance At An Interview

There are a lot of things that people who are applying for medical jobs or health care jobs do correctly, but there are also some things they do wrong that severely put a damper on their chances of getting interviews. Seeing as how this industry is so competitive it is imperative that you do everything right the first time. I am not saying this to put unnecessary pressure on you, but simply to help you get more interviews and ultimately land the job. I'm going to include three things in this article that if you do not do it will dramatically decrease your chance at an interview.

 

Not having a good design

Writing a professional medical resume is something that is taken very seriously, many times the design is not taking seriously though. If you are serious about professional medical resume writing then making sure to have the appropriate design can sometimes make or break you getting an interview. You want to make sure that the resume is not too stuffy or too condensed. Keeping the resume short and including lots of white space is also important in order to make it an easy read. If your medical resume is designed appropriately chances are it will lead to more interviews.

 

Not listing all your positions

Usually on just about any kind of resume it is only important to list positions that will go with a particular job you are applying for currently. But this is different concerning healthcare jobs and medical jobs. Many times the employer assumes that most of your employment background is in the medical or health care field. So they're going to assume most of the experience you have is all related. In this case they want you to include all of your previous experience and not just the most frequent.

 

Gail Esparan