Tips and suggestions for improving your resume
You feel like you’ve done everything right, have everything prepared, and you’re ready to crush the interview. Why did they never reach out? Turns out, there are a few ways you might be hurting your job chances without even knowing it. The first step to increasing your chances of getting a job is identifying things […]
It’s true: hiring managers spend an average of 6 seconds looking at your resume. You have 6 seconds to wow them, how can you make it count? Luckily, there are a few resume tips and tricks you can use to stand out from the crowd. Let’s get started! 1. Be consistent with your verb tense. […]
Gone are the days that one piece of paper could fully seal the deal for a job opportunity. Don’t get us wrong, a well-written and organized resume is a crucial part of the hiring process, it’s just no longer the only component necessary in presenting yourself as the best choice to a potential employer. Technology […]
At any holiday gathering, you’re likely to get asked by an inquisitive relative: “What are you up to these days?” “Where are you working?” “Do you like your boss?” While these questions can be annoying, in reality, the turn of the year is a great time to think about your career and reevaluate your goals. […]
Have you ever wondered if personality types play a part in a successful work environment? DentalPost offers multiple personality tests including the “DISC” test, which centers around four different personality types: dominance, influence, steadiness, and compliance. This test shows employers and job seekers what kind of worker you are. Here are some key indicators of […]
You’ve been through the right training, you’re comfortable with the instruments, and now you’re ready to interview for dental jobs. However, concrete dental skills are only half the battle here; hiring managers are looking for what sets you apart from your peers. So what skills will you make you shine? Here’s five that are in […]
Congratulations – you’ve made it to the dental interview stage. If this is your first job out of school, you might be looking for some guidance. First off, pat yourself on the back. Just getting the interview is an accomplishment. That means you found an available job in your skill set, had a compelling resume, […]
On top of having a strong resumé, a job seeker in the dental care profession can make it to the top of the list by using these dental job interview tips. PREPARE YOUR DOCUMENTS A day before the interview, get all the documents that you will need ready; References, extra copies of your resumé, presentation […]
As a solo practitioner for 35 years, I read my share of resumes! As you prepare yours to enter the job market or to search for other opportunities, please allow me to share some of my thoughts regarding resumes with you. 1. Project a professional image: With today’s technology, there’s no excuse not to produce […]
Remember those manners you were taught as a child? They probably seemed annoying at the time, but they are more important than you might think. Manners are a huge part of how employers perceive you. Make sure you are putting your best foot forward by utilizing DentalPost’s professional etiquette tips. Resume profile status. Once you […]
When spring arrives, we often find ourselves looking to spruce up and refresh. From cleaning out closets, to washing windows, organizing offices or even scrubbing social media profiles, we all look for a fresh start each spring. However, we often overlook an important item that should be cleaned up and updated regularly. You guessed it, […]
The job market can be tough to navigate, but there are things YOU can do to distinguish yourself from the pack and increase your chances of landing that dream job! What sets you apart from the rest? The brutal truth: EVERYTHING. Clean up your social media. Up to one-third of hiring managers have admitted to […]
DentalPost.net Founder & CEO Tonya Lanthier, RDH shares 3 tips to create an all-star dental resume that will help you land the dental job you’ve always wanted! Whether you’re applying for a Dentist job, Dental Hygienist job, Dental Assistant job, or Dental Front Office job, Tonya’s advice is invaluable.
DentalPost.net CEO & Founder Tonya Lanthier, RDH presents simple 3 tips to create a dental resume that will help you land an interview for a Dentist Job, Dental Hygienist Job, Dental Assistant Job, or Dental Front Office Job.
A recent survey revealed how much time hiring managers spend looking over each resume that hits their desk. Surprisingly, the most common response was four to five minutes. Although, when a separate study by a major career matching site conducted their own eye-tracking report, they found something far more revealing.
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