This is very true, attitude is still the number one when it comes down to making a decision between candidates.
Basic suggestions that should always be considered a "rule of thumb". Just because you have scanned your own resume a thousand times, doesn't mean there's not a mistake there waiting to be discovered at first glance by your potential employer.
I'm sure there are more certifications out there, but this article just covers the basics. Many cerifications require experience, however many do not. And it's just a matter of having the cash to pay for the initials behind your name.
Good article. However I beg to differ when it comes to education. Many people earn certifications from colleges and they attend colleges without earning a degree, but that doesn't mean it should be excluded from their resume.
Great checklist for HR. However, this may take a few years before HR as a whole could start to implement some of these strategies.
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Advise on how to manage being uninsured. And how the doctors are viewing the uninsured due to loss of employment.