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    5 Real Cover Letters That Worked

    We talk about them all the time: cover letters. We share general tips, explore best practices, and warn of the most common cover letter mistakes. What we haven't done is give you specific examples of real cover letters that worked. Until now! NursingLink has tracked down five cover letters that helped job seekers land an interview. Sometimes, they even got ...
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    7 Fresh New Ways to Start Your Cover Letter

    7 Fresh New Ways to Start Your Cover Letter
    It’s time to dump the old line: “Please accept this application in response to…” If you’re still starting your cover letters with this overused one-liner, then I implore you to stop what you’re doing, delete the line, and spend a few minutes reading this article to discover seven new examples of how you can catch the hiring manager’s attention with an ...
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    8 Ways to Make Your Resume More Marketable

    8 Ways to Make Your Resume More Marketable
    The economy is shaky -- and it may feel like your job is, too. Whether you're already job hunting or believe you may need to soon, there are steps you can take to make yourself more attractive to potential employers. Here are eight tips from the experts on increasing your marketability: Use Your Name as Your Brand, Especially in Email Don't ...
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    5 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Nursing Resume

    5 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Nursing Resume
    In a competitive job market, we have to do everything we can to make our resumes more attractive to hiring managers. This can be difficult for older workers, who fear that even if there's no bias (subconscious or conscious) against job seekers on the mature side of 40, a resume may make them look "overqualified" for the positions they want. Here ...
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    The Ultimate Nursing Resume Resource

    According to the US Department of Labor, nurses are one of the most in-demand occupations in America. That means as employers seek to recruit and retain talented nursing staff, nurses will enjoy improved salaries, benefits and working conditions. You might be thinking: “Oh good, since employers will be clamoring to hire me, I don’t have to worry about my resume.” Wrong. ...
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    Channel Your Cover Letter Feedback

    Channel Your Cover Letter Feedback
    Feeling overwhelmed by the cover letter feedback you've received? Not sure where to begin to make improvements? If you’ve had a cover letter critique and are now faced with harsh criticism, here's help from career professionals on what to do next. h4. Prioritize the Feedback Most professional resume-writing firms also offer cover letter services, so if you're not having much success ...
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