What to bring to a interview. Prepare for your interview by ensuring you have all the proper documents on hand for the employer. Bring at least two copies of your resume in case the employer wants to keep one copy and a copy of your certified medical documents.
Update your resume often. Whether you've been in your current job for 10 years, or 10 days, always have your CV updated and ready to submit at any time. Why? Because you never know what tomorrow may bring. Even if you're in a high-demand, secure healthcare job, you still need to stay on your toes with your CV at the ready. For instance, your favorite boss could resign tomorrow, and your dream job could turn to a nightmare overnight! Plus, layoffs and reorganizations are at an all-time high in the healthcare industry in 2010, and will most likely continue into 2011. Furthermore, even if you love your job, an even better job opportunity could present itself; who knows? So dust off that resume'. You will be glad you did when that opportunity comes knocking. And obviously for those of you who are active job seekers, a quality CV is a must. Use a resume repair service to ensure your resume is professional and trendy.