A well-written physician assistant résumé, or CV, can be the difference between landing an interview and landing on the discard pile. Considering the medical industry is a detailed-oriented profession, most employers will assume that when a prospect’s résumé lacks focus and integrates frequent errors—the same will be true for the candidate.
Your résumé is often your first chance to convey not only your skills and experience, but how effectively you can communicate your skills and experience. Great communicators are often great clinicians— and hiring managers know that. Follow our tips to learn what information to include, what to omit, and generally how to showcase your expertise. Let’s start building a better résumé today.
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How do I get started?
How much does this cost?
How long should my resumé be?
Do I need a cover letter?
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