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Nursing Resumes – 11 Tips For Success

Need help writing your nursing resumes? Here are 11 resume writing tips. Use the right format. Resumes are done in 3 different ways – chronological, functional or the combination of both. Chronological is the most widely used but functional could be used for a nurse who has been out of the work force for a while and wants to emphasize her experience rather than work history.

Nursing Associations – What’s the Benefits?

Why join a nursing association? For a long time I didn’t belong to any, not even the American Nurses Association. I didn’t see the benefit and wasn’t sure what they had to offer. At one time (not now) I wanted to just do my job and go home. I didn’t want anything to do with nursing outside of the work place.

Do You Have Nursing Career Goals?

My nursing career started over 30 years ago when I became a nursing assistant at my local VA hospital, later getting my RN at age 26. I had no clear nursing career goals at that time, I just knew I wanted to work in a hospital and no where else. My career has consisted of working in, psychiatry, med – surg , cardiac, emergency room, student health, oncology, hospice, oncology home health and now nurse entrepreneur.

5 Tips For Your Job Interview – Nurses

Doing well in a job interview is as much about mental preparation as anything else. A person who comes into an interview composed, relaxed and sharp is more likely to get the job than someone who comes into the interview nervous, tense and fidgety, even if they have a better resume.

10 Don’t When Writing a Nursing Resume

Writing a nursing resume is something I have not done in a very long time but I decided to sit down and take a look at an old resume I did 13 years ago just to see how many mistakes  I’ve  made. 10 items you should never put on your nursing resume.