Travel therapy is very good for your resume. In addition to providing you with a wide range of work experience, it also offers the benefit of soft skill development, such as good communication and independence. Still, many therapists and other healthcare workers may shy away from travel work, fearing it will appear on a resume…

Don’t let breaks in employment hurt your potential job offers. Many hiring managers are wary of candidates with holes in their work history, but you can avoid negative stigma with the following suggestions. In fact, depending on your reason for an employment gap, you may be able to use it to your advantage. Here’s what…

If you are in the market for a new job, you have undoubtedly read the numerous posts online about how to craft a resume, prep for an interview, and how to properly network with potential employers. What you may not realize is how important your online presence is for finding a new job, and how…

Resume Basics For the New Graduate After your contact information, the most important part of your resume are your clinical experiences. Highlight these experiences, and include the date, setting, and population that you worked with. Then add the rest of your experiences in the following order. Licenses/Certifications/Specializations/: If you have a specialization, be sure that…

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