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Student Nurse Resume Tips


Competition continues to be tough for new graduate nurses. There continues to be few new graduate openings. Hospitals continue to favor experienced nurses over new less experienced nurses. They don't want to spend the money to invest new nurse training. In fact, the new trend is to pay a new graduate a lesser salary during their first year of work. One very well-known hospital is even hiring new grads for minimum wage. . .because they can, it's just terrible.

No matter what the salary is, fact is you have to start somewhere and do all you can to get your foot in the door. You need to create a resume that gets you noticed over the other applicants. We've created a sample resume and compiled some resume writing tips to help get you started.

Sample Student Nurse Resume and Tips (.pdf)


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