Major hiring initiatives may follow close on the heels of the holidays and summer. “The big months for hiring are January and February, and late September and October,” says Testa. “Job seekers who make contact right at the start of these cycles have the best chance of being hired.”
— John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer
I have a unique insight into these hiring cycles. Let’s prepare you for all of all the opportunities this upcoming hiring season. When there is any downtime in the year, that is also the best time to present yourself to hiring managers. They often have the extra time available to view your application more extensively.
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I have had a large demand for specialized job services from healthcare workers, specifically from the nursing profession.
I have put my pen to work and created a custom curriculum for nursing professionals of all levels that includes: Résumé, Custom Job-Search, Interview Preparation, and LinkedIn Page(s).
- Great Résumé: My proprietary and unique way of presenting the data to hospitals, clinics, and other employers has resulted in great success within the field. New Grads take note!
- Job-Search: My custom job-search methods work extremely well and very quickly. Saves hours! Make the best use of your time.
- Interview Preparation: I will help you distinguish yourself as the best nursing candidate by teaching you what to say and how to say it in the highly competitive interview process. Behavioral and Skills-Based preparation.
- LinkedIn Profile: A digital version of your Résumé on the world’s most utilized job/career related business networking platform.
I have worked with nurses from all levels: brand-new graduates fresh out of nursing school to thirty-year master practitioners. They get their “dream jobs” at some of the top hospitals and clinics in California and sixteen other states!
Placement, staffing, and recruiting services are all constantly evolving and developing into bigger business segments of my company and I will look forward to enhancing the relationships I have as well as creating new ones with with amazing healthcare practitioners around the country.
“With modern technological advances and growing competition for the best nursing jobs, a vague, uninspiring resume just won’t cut it. The opportunities are vast, employers have diverse needs, and every nurse is unique. In this ever-changing world of online applications, writing a strong nursing resume that portrays your skills and accomplishments in an impressive way can be a daunting task.
Think of your job search as your own personal marketing campaign. And the product is you! Your resume is essentially an advertisement for your brand. A brand is not simply a logo, it’s the overall impression you give your audience. In this case, your audience is the potential employer.
As with any advertisement, the goal of your resume is to pique your audience’s interest. It does not get you the job. It gets you an interview. Once you’ve been invited for an interview, your audience is already partially ‘sold’, but it’s up to you to close the deal.
Just as an advertisement has a few seconds to capture the attention of an audience, your resume also has limited time to express your value to the reader. Or, in many cases, a resume-reading robot.” This is from Nurses.Org and I agree with a lot of the content expressed.