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Resumés, etc.

Resumés, etc.

How to Write Silicon Valley-Worthy Cover Letters

Covers letters are rough. There are arguments that cover letters are unnecessary because hiring managers don’t read them; others swear that cover letters enhance your application. So what do you do? Try to include a cover letter for as many applications as you can. However, your cover letter will hurt…

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4 Easy Steps to Writing a Great Personal Statement

Your application to match with a residency program includes your grades, recommendations, internships, and research experience. It also includes *GASP* a personal statement that tells a story about who you are beyond statistics and why you would be a great doctor within your intended area of practice. The personal statement…

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How To Explain A Gap On Your Resumé

You’ve made a brave (or perhaps forced) decision to take some time off of your career. Hiring managers might balk at that decision and the time away from practicing relevant skills. Here’s how to explain it on your resumé so you’ll get to the interview stage. Explain the Gap Strategically…

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Don’t Submit A Writing Sample Without This

When you apply for a job that involves an extensive amount of writing or when you are completing an application for a college program, you will most likely be required to submit a writing sample. A writing sample can show off your superior drafting and editorial skills when submitted properly….

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