5 common resume mistakes

Tips employers want you to know; find out the 5 Common resume mistakes when replying to employer’s ads online. 1. Spelling Errors: Spelling errors are the most frequent reasons employers will not contact applicants. The more basic the errors, the less chance an employer will call. Those basic errors show you don’t pay attention to

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Advice about Finding a Job

Advice about Finding a Job on local dental job boards If you are reading this, there is a good chance that you are desperately seeking a new job. It’s difficult to be out of work, and even more difficult to look for work. However, you can get a great job. The hints in this article

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Common Questions Employers ask in Interviews

Where to find the answers to the most Common questions Employers ask in Interviews. Here are 6 examples of answers to questions. You can also type any question into a search engine such as: Google, Bing or Yahoo. Read answers to those questions in articles posted. Prepare and rehearse your answers to common questions with

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Detecting Oral Cancer for Health Care Professionals

Detecting Oral Cancer a guide for Healthcare Professionals  Incidence and Survival The Importance of Early Detection Warning Signs Risk Factors What You Can Do The Exam Oral Lesions Suspicious for Oral Cancer The Exam Review Incidence and Survival Oral cancer accounts for roughly two percent of all cancers diagnosed annually in the United States. Approximately

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How to get employers to call you

How to get employers to call you, useful suggestions. 1. One page resume is the best. Have someone read your resume, while timing them. It should take 1-2 minutes to read your resume. Employers or recruiters are scanning for KEY skills, create bullets highlighting Key Skills. Work history is number one area employers look. 2.

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