Updating resume for nurse practitioner

Heather Allen 100 Broadway Lane New Parkland, CA, 91010Cell: (555) [email protected] Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with exceptional patient relations and communications skills.Effectively able to guide families through child illness, disease prevention and wellness.

Behind your name include the title, MSN, APRN or FNP-C (depending on your specialty).

Whichever your title you prefer to let employers know you are an official NP, include it behind your moniker.

Right away, the questions start swirling in your head. And more importantly, how do I get my resume noticed over all the others?

The job market has become very competitive, so it's more important than ever to make your resume stand out from your competition.

Most of my years are in long term sub acute and home care. I prefer not working in the long term care setting as I find I'm not an RN and I'm asked to ignore ethics and morals while the patients are not receiving the care they deserve.

The DON are not supportive and the nursing staff is limited to professionalism and experience.

I did include my experience feeding fruit flies and lab rats but gave it a prestigious and educational spin.

Feeling discouraged and desperate for a job, I ditched my nearly blank resume draft and sought some pointers from my coolest former clinical advisor. Following the rest of her advice I omitted the fact that I had spent a few summers making milkshakes and vigilantly protecting the large cow statue form theft that stood outside of the ice cream shop where I had once worked.

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