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What makes a resume impressive in your field (Nursing)?

To have a professional experiences, skills , knowledge or accomplishments.

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Cayla’s Answer

Great Question! To make your resume stand out, the best approach would be to not use your resume as a “one size fits all”.

Depending on the job type you’re trying to attract, some important things to do is tweak your resume every so often to better, making sure you personalize your resume, to align with job requirements.

List experiences and skills that you have that go directly with that job or those that could help you succeed in this specific job. Also be sure to list any certifications, licenses, and any relevant stats to strengthen your resume. Best of luck to all

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Liz’s Answer

This is another amazing question!
When I am hiring individuals; and reviewing applications, I am looking for a well rounded individual.

1.) Experience
2.) Professional Education
3.) Personal Attributes
4.) Volunteering
5.) sports-activities

Include in resume, short and long term professional & personal goals.
This will help to give insight into your personality.

And when called for an interview, prove that you have the experience, and drive to be a successful team member.
Best of luck!

Liz A. :)
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Wanda’s Answer

Top priority would be experience and skills. List any license, certificates that are up to date. Directing your experience and skills in the area of Nursing you are most interested in.
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Kelly’s Answer

Things on a resume that impress a nurse hiring manager:

Clinical experience/familiarity with the patient population you are going to serve

Leadership roles/accountability

Experience solving difficult problems while under stress

Lifelong learning/continuing education

Evidence of longevity and loyalty…

The rest comes from your great attitude during your interview!
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