5 Real Cover Letters That Worked
Tania Khadder | NursingLink
Mistake: Being Too Vague
The Solution: Share your top selling points.
Get specific. Where possible, use numbers and success metrics. Don’t just say you’re a great patient communicator — tell them about how your skills helped calm a particularly difficult patient, or how you were the go-to nurse in the pediatric ward for your creativity and friendliness. And by the way, the same goes for your nursing resume!