Could it Really be This Quick and Easy to Craft a Powerful Nurse Resume That Will Get Your Phone Ringing With Interview Requests and Help You Land Your Dream Nursing Job?
The Answer is "Yes ...And If You Want To Eliminate your Job Search Frustration, and Learn the Secrets to Writing a Resume Quickly and Easily That Compels Nurse Recruiters to Call You In for Interviews, Then Keep Reading... This Will Be The Most Important Letter You'll Ever Read…
Dear Nursing Professional,
I have some important questions for you. Think carefully as you answer...
...are you frustrated that you can't land a nursing job just because you are not able to write your resume?
...are you wondering how to get your phone ringing with calls from nurse hiring managers looking to bring you in for interviews?
...do you you need to end your job search as quickly as possible so you can once again bring home a steady paycheck?
...do you see other nursing professionals easily land new jobs while your sitting on bench?
... are you staying up at night worrying if you'll ever be able to find another job?
...are you a recent nursing school graduate with limited clinical experience and wondering how to craft a resume that will help you launch your nursing career?
...do you want a system that will take you through the steps of writing a powerful nurse resume, in one night, that will get your phone ringing with potential employers wanting to interview you?
Do you have any of these questions/frustrations about landing your next resume job?
If you're like most nursing professionals... writing a resume is the key that can unlock your next career opportunity. Unfortunately the task of writing your resume is less enjoyable than finding a vein in a long time heroin addict to draw blood from.
The thing is, until very recently, writing a quality nurse resume didn't really matter.
It used to be that you could scribble "I'm a Nurse" on a piece of paper with a red Crayola crayon along with your phone number and nurse recruiters would call you for interviews.
Things have changed...
Now there are an overwhelming number of candidates for fewer and fewer nursing positions. It's even worse if you are a recent nursing school graduate.
Jennifer was recently looking for a nursing position. She had quit her job working as a nurse in an upstate New York hospital, to move to Florida. She never had problems finding nursing jobs before, so she quite her job without lining up another position.
Unfortunately for Jennifer, her streak of easily finding nursing jobs ended! Hospitals were not hiring and nurses were staying in their current positions.
This meant that for the first time in her career Jennifer had to compete with many other qualified nursing professional for limited job opportunities.
Jennifer had a feeling that her resume was holding her back. She had received some negative feedback from recruiters, so she set about to cure her resume ills.
What seemed like a straightforward task soon became a frustrating ordeal with no end in sight. Jennifer struggled with what information to include and what to exclude.
She struggled with formatting her resume so it didn't look like a fifth grader had slapped it together on green construction paper.
Jennifer wondered how to make her objective statement stand out from the competition.
All in all Jennifer's resume and her job search prospects were not very good.
It's Not Your Fault
It's not your fault that writing your nurse resume is difficult. You see writing a resume, like many things, seems simple at first, but as you dig a little deeper you run into complexity.
Jennifer, and most people on the planet, only need to write a resume once every few years. Writing a resume is something you put together then forget about.
Without the right resource, it's impossible to be very good at something that you do every five years.
A Nurse Job Search Lifeline
Fortunately for Jennifer fate intervened. She met me at a networking event. Jennifer found out that I'm a professional resume writer and gave me her resume for a review.
I was really glad Jennifer did this because her resume needed improvement and I was able to solve her problems.
You see, Jennifer was making these classic nurse resume blunders.
1. No clear target position
When a recruiter read Jennifer's resume, it was not clear what type of position she was applying for. It wasn't even clear that she was a registered nurse seeking a hospital position.
The recruiter had to wade through a confusing objective statement to figure what type of position Jennifer was looking for.
You must understand something about employers and recruiters. When there are many candidates and few jobs, your resume has to communicate clearly what position you are seeking.
If a nurse recruiter can't identify what position you are seeking in ten seconds (I'm not kidding you have maybe 10 seconds) your resume is going to be introduced to the red medical waste box.
The solution is simple. Make sure at the top of your resume, right after the contact information, you put the position you are seeking.
So if you are seeking a position as a Critical Care Nurse put Critical Care Nurse in your resume. Always make it crystal clear what position you are seeking.
2. Missing nursing related keywords
What if your specialty is end of life nursing care? And what if you left the word "hospice" off your resume?
The problem with this common mistake is when a recruiter searches for an end of life nursing professional by using the term "hospice" your resume will not appear in the search results.
It doesn't matter that that you have ten years of hospice nursing experience or that you've been recognized as an outstanding hospice nurse for three years running.
Because you left out that keyword you will not be considered for that position.
Jennifer had left several important keywords that recruiters were using to find candidates with her background.
3. Too Much Information
Jennifer made another classic mistake with her resume. She had a seven page resume that included irrelevant information.
Look no one cares that you spent three summers mixing Blizzards at the local Dairy Queen (I like peanut butter and chocolate Blizzards myself).
The rule is simple. Only include ten years of experience on your resume and limit your resume to a maximum of two pages. If you need to go over two pages (maybe you are applying for a nursing executive position) consider a professional addendum rather than a third page.
Imagine having to slog through a seven page resume filled with irrelevant information? How quickly would you want to toss that resume into the NO pile?
The Results of A Powerful Resume
I took Jennifer's resume and tapped it with my magic keyboard (I wish it worked that way) and do you know what happened?
The phone started ringing! Hospitals started calling daily. One Hospital wanted to interview Jennifer right on the spot and was ready to offer her a position based on her resume.
In a short period of time Jennifer went on several interviews,\ and landed a great position with a local hospital. She gave my resume much of the credit for her job search success.
The bottom line is with a her crappy resume Jennifer heard the sounds of crickets chirping. With a professional resume, she heard the sound of her phone ringing with nurse recruiters looking to bring her in for interviews.
You Don't Need to Spend Hundreds of Dollars to get the Same Results
Let me introduce myself. My name is Violet Lowrey and I'm a resume expert. I've spent the last several mastering the art and science of writing nurse resumes that get results.
As the President of A Plus Professional Resumes. I've helped thousands of individuals find success with their job search by crafting powerful resumes that get results.
I'm a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) and Certified Empowerment and Motivational Coach (CEMC).
Three of my resumes were selected to be published in "Designing the Perfect Resume" which is scheduled to be released by Barrons in November of 2010.
I've also worked with hundreds of nursing professionals and I know how to write a nurse resume that will get you into your next nursing job quickly.
The bottom line is that I have mastered the skill of writing a powerful nurse resume that will get positive results.
But the really good news is that you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars to get the benefits of my expertise. I've created a Nurse Resume Toolkit specifically designed to help nursing professionals (like yourself) write a powerful resume in one night.
I'm talking about the kind of resume that will flood your phone's voicemail with calls from nursing recruiters looking to bring you in for interviews.
With the Nurse Resume Toolkit You will be able to create the kind of resume that will unlock limitless career opportunities.
With a Few Clicks You Can Cure Your Nurse Job Search Headaches!
You see my goal in life is to help as many nursing professionals as possible find success with their career goals.
I love nothing more than helping nurses get unstuck with their job search.
However, I found that my time is limited and I can only help a few people each week. It breaks my heart when I have to tell potential clients that I can't schedule and appointment with them for a month because my calendar is booked.
Another problem is that my fees are to too high for some. It costs hundreds of dollars for me to write a personalized resume for a nursing professional, and for some this is not affordable.
With that in mind I decided to take my years of training and expertise create The Nurse Resume Toolkit. This system is designed to make writing a powerful nurse resume a simple task that you can complete tonight.
The Nurse Resume Toolkit makes the frustrating chore of writing a nurse resume and breaks it into simple straight forward steps that anyone can follow.
The best part is that with this system writing your nurse resume can be completed tonight!
With this system you'll be on your way to having a powerful nurse resume that will help you land your dream job!
Here's what's included in this exciting program:
Why This Toolkit Is
Before you decide whether or not this system is for you... I want to tell you why it's DIFFERENT from everything else that's ever been created on this topic.
Reason #1: This is the only source of professional quality nurse resume templates in Microsoft Word format.
When you need to write any document say a will or a lease do you start from scratch? Of course not! The first thing you do is find an existing document and simply modify to suit your needs. This is one of the secrets of writing a powerful nurse resume.
Have you ever tried to take a resume from a book and replicate it in Microsoft Word? It's not easy. Making a resume look professional requires a lot of advanced Microsoft Word formatting features that some times don't play nice with each other. Unless you are an expert with Word you will be pulling your hair out in ten minutes. And let me say that by expert I don't mean you know how to use spell check and tabs.
Also, let me say here that Microsoft Word is the only resume writing software you want to use. Recruiters almost universally use Microsoft Word and you would be foolish to submit a resume in any other format. This is why having the resume templates as a starting point is so critical to the resume writing process. Having these templates eliminates all of the headaches and hassles of having to wrestle with Word's sometimes kooky formatting features.
I personally guarantee that you will not find anything else available that is even CLOSE to this program. In a few minutes I'm going to back up this guarantee and make you an offer you'd be crazy to refuse.
Reason #2: This program was created specifically for nursing professionals.
Most resume resources are general in nature. You purchase a book and you find 100 different professions listed. Well you don't care about the other 99 professions, you only care about nurses. The Nurse Resume Toolkit was designed start to finish with nursing professionals in mind.
You don't have to wade through information that is not relevant to nurse resumes.
Reason #3: This system is a step by step program that makes writing your nurse resume a painless process that can be completed in one night.
One of my PERSONAL frustrations with "resume" books is that you get a few pages of generic resume tips followed by 100 professions. Each profession includes three paragraphs and a sample resume. What the heck are you supposed to do with that? I mean where do you even begin?
Let's say the resume is really good. I'd like to see you replicate that resume in Microsoft Word without banging your head on the desk in frustration.
What about the work experience bullet points in the sample? In a typical resume book the single nurse sample will have about six to nine sample bullet points. That's great if your experiences matches the sample, but if doesn't your going to be scrambling trying to find other sample bullet points that you can use. You'll find yourself reviewing the work experience of Firefighters and Chef's hoping to steal their bullets.
These are the types of frustrations that can waste weeks of your time. You need a recipe for creating a powerful nurse resume. The Nurse Resume Toolkit has that step by step system that you can use to craft a winning nurse resume.
Reason #4: This system gives you the secrets to writing your nurse resume when you lack clinical experience.
If you are looking for your first nursing position writing your resume is huge challenge. The Nurse Resume Toolkit deals with this problem. You've have the all of the information on what steps to take in order to land your first nursing position.
Here’s What You’re Going To Get...
"Okay Violet - So What's The Cost For This Incredible Program?"
Let's do a quick comparison - If you wanted to hire me to write your resume the cost would be $997. I'm the best nurse resume writer on the planet and I charge my clients a lot (my clients get amazing results so they are willing to pay). The thing is you might have trouble even hiring me because I'm usually booked solid with clients.
Not everyone can afford to pay $997 to hire the best resume writer on the planet; however you can get the next best thing by purchasing Nurse Resume Toolkit.
For the a low price you're getting hundreds and hundreds of dollars worth of my expertise and training at your disposal inside this new program. It has taken me years to master resume writing to the point where people are happy to pay me $997 just to write them a resume that will end their job search frustrations. You get the benefit of that knowledge by investing in this program.
I'm not going to charge you anywhere near that amount or even my minimum hourly rate. In fact, your total investment for the entire "Nurse Resume Toolkit" program is just $37. That's less than the price of any resume book at Barns & Noble. You'll even get instant access plus, what book store have you ever heard of that gives you a double money back guarantee? (That's right; I'll tell you about that in a moment.)
So what's the catch? Why am I practically giving this program away?
Well, it's really quite simple. Since you'll be downloading the manual and resume samples directly from the Internet I have no inventory and no fulfillment costs. I don't need to pay anyone to take the orders over the phone (though, you are welcome to call me at 954-839-8552 to rest assured that I am a real person). This way I can pass along my cost savings to you. So you win and I win. But don't worry, downloading the program is a snap, I'm no "techno whiz" and I had no problem. (The system works with both MAC or PC computers.)
I want to help you get this part of your job search handled, and I don't want ANYTHING to stand in your way. I've decided to price this program at one easy payment of $37 . And it comes with my no risk double money-back Guarantee…
Armed with this knowledge, I promise you are going to no longer be frustrated with writing your nurse resume.
P.S. This system will give you the tools you need to write a powerful nurse resume tonight. You can use this system to jumpstart your job search and take the next step toward career success. You won't be disappointed.
P.P.S.This system is delivered electronically so you will have instant access. If you have any questions or need support please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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