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How do I get a part-time job/ internship in 4 days?

I completed my medical school and did 1 year internship in tertiary care hospital outside US. Highly interested in working somewhere related to my field. I am a student of PMBA with major track as healthcare marketing.

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Muhammad Naseem’s Answer

Hi Ifra, That's great that you completed your medical school and did an internship. To secure a part-time job or internship in your field within a 4-day timeframe, update your resume and LinkedIn profile, reach out to your network for opportunities, research and apply to relevant openings, contact your PMBA program's career services, and consider reaching out directly to companies or organizations. Good luck!
Thank you comment icon Muhammad Naseem, thank you! Ifra
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Matt’s Answer

Congrats Ifra on finishing your medical school and for doing an internship. Looking for a part-time job and internship within four days or more will require some of the effort mentioned in the last comment about resumes, LinkedIn, and networking.

Consider thinking of the top 20 companies/places you might want to work in your area. Certainly, prepare your resume, but also reach out to those companies, research their websites, and determine who to talk to at those places to help you get more access.

Be sure to market yourself accordingly and specifically to each job description you want to apply to.

Wishing you well!
Thank you comment icon Thank you for giving me advice. Ifra
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Lily’s Answer

Well done on completing your medical school and internship, Ifra!

Are you ready to dive into the job market or secure another internship in just 4 days? Or are you just kicking off the process?

I want to emphasize that finding a part-time job or internship in 4 days is quite a challenging goal, so don't lose heart if you don't get immediate responses as you start sending out applications. It may take some time for things to fall into place. The hiring process and timeline can differ significantly depending on the roles you're eyeing.

Alongside the valuable advice Muhammad has already given, I would also suggest that you tailor your resume to align with the specific roles you're applying for.

You can do this by carefully studying the job description and aligning the language used there with your relevant skills and experiences on your resume. This strategy will make your resume more appealing to hiring managers and ensure it passes through applicant tracking systems (ATS).

For further insights on how your resume matches up with the roles you're applying for, consider checking out Jobscan (https://www.jobscan.co/) and Resume Worded (https://resumeworded.com).
Thank you comment icon I appreciate this, thank you for the advice. Ifra
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