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Resume Writing for Travel Nurses

Often times, your resume is the first contact you have with a possible employer. And, we have all been told that first impressions really make or break deals. So, it is very important for travel nurses to keep their resumes looking crisp, neat and to the point.

On average an employer looks at your resume for 15 seconds.

Long descriptive resumes can turn potential employers off. A resume is not supposed to contain all of the details just the specifics. If an employer wants to know more about you and the skills you have, they will do so in a phone interview.

Make sure to include white space. It creates a visual rest for the eye.

Google Docs is a great place to get resume templates.

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