Friday, 10 May 2013

Medical Career List

Allopathic Physician
Athletic Trainer
Biomedical Engineer
Biomedical Equipment Technician
Clinical Laboratory Technician
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Clinical Technologist
Coding Specialst
Dental Assistant
Dental Hygienist
Dental Laboratory Technician

Dialysis Technician
Dietetic Technician
Electrocardiograph Technician
Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist
Emergency Medical Technician
Environmental Health Specialist
Genetic Counselor
Health Educator
Health Information Specialist
Health Science Librarian
Health Science Library Technician
Healthcare Administrator
Histologic Technician
Hospital Administrator
Home Health Aide

Industrial Hygienist
Licensed Practical Nurse
Medical Assistant
Medical Illustrator
Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Librarian
Medical Library Technician
Medical Records Administrator
Medical Records Technician
Medical Technologist
Monitor Surveillance Technician
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Nurse (Practical)
Nurse (Registered)
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse Midwife
Nurse Practitioner
Nursing Assistant/Aide
Nursing Home Administrator

Occupational Therapist
Occupational Therapy Assistant/Aide
Operating Room Technician
Ophthalmic Technician
Optical Laboratory Technician
Optometry Technician/Assistant
Osteopathic Physician
Patient Representative
Pharmacy Technician
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Assistant
Physician, Allopathic
Physician, Osteopathic
Physician's Assistant
Practical Nurse

Psychiatric Aide/Technician
Radiation Therapy Technologist
Radiation Therapist
Radiologic Technologist
Recreation Therapist
Respiratory Therapist
Respiratory Therapy Assistant
Registered Nurse
Research Scientist
Social Worker
Speech Pathologist
Surgical Technologist
Ultrasound Technologist
Veterinary Technician/Assistant
X-Ray Technicia

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Monday, 6 May 2013

Resume Writing india

Resume Writing

                                                    1- Back up your qualities and strengths

Instead of creating a long (and boring) list with all your qualities (e.g., disciplined, creative, problem solver) try to connect them with real life and work experiences. In other words, you need to back these qualities and strengths up, else it will appear that you are just trying to inflate things.

                                   2. Use effective titles
Like it or not, employers will usually make a judgment about your resume in 5 seconds. Under this time frame the most important aspect will be the titles that you listed on the resume, so make sure they grab the attention. Try to be as descriptive as possible, giving the employer a good idea about the nature of your past work experiences. For example:
Bad title: Accounting
Good title: Management of A/R and A/P and Record keeping
                                                                      3. Put the most important information first
This point is valid both to the overall order of your resume, as well as to the individual sections. Most of the times your previous work experience will be the most important part of the resume, so put it at the top. When describing your experiences or skills, list the most important ones first.
                        4. Explain the benefits of your skills
Merely stating that you can do something will not catch the attention of the employer. If you manage to explain how it will benefit his company, and to connect it to tangible results, then you will greatly improve your chances.
                                                        5. Avoid negativity
Do not include information that might sound negative in the eyes of the employer. This is valid both to your resume and to interviews. You don’t need to include, for instance, things that you hated about your last company.

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