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Some Important Points To Improve The Quality Of Your CNA Resume

January 21, 2011 by  
Filed under CNA Resume

This is a common question asked me by 100s of people trying to find a job as a CNA. The question is, I used it for more than 20 institutions, and nobody seems interested, even interview me. What should I do? More often than not, the problem lies in a poorly written resume. I picked some important points that will help everyone to improve the quality of their own resume.

Employers do not have time to read your CV. Most of the time they look back in less than 30 seconds before deciding to dismiss or continue. The long section on your results will not help. Use bullets and write key points in bold.

Keep the main points of the plan do not mention what is not relevant to the work of the first half to continue. As we prepare for the CNA to continue to retain any hospital, customs, points of CNA certification exam, etc. should go up.

View the abstract with the eyes of the employer If you request a retirement home for old, which may give more importance to their ability to work with men and women over to your attention a practical nurse. Try to think of the elements that will showcase those skills.

List back to 3-4 different people to see your CV to 3-4 different people for 30 seconds each and ask them what issues they remembered him. You’ll be amazed at the results. If the observed is different from what you want the HR to observe all the resume rewrite and post it again for 3-4 additional people. Continue this process until others begin to see the items you want to highlight.

Avoid simple mistakes some points that might not register as important as your e-mail can get away from the job for years. I know someone whose CV CNA was perfect in every way, except that the e-mail was wrong. Obviously he did not receive a call interview. Finally, do not rely on spell-check just to verify the accuracy of your resume. If in doubt, ask someone to check if the word is spelled correctly.