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I agree with David M. see above. Questions are asked during face to face time in nursing job fairs or events that are already in the resume. Can't help but smile politely to get to the questions other than what is obvious in writing. I keep mine 2 pages overall because I already know it is skimmed and not really read. Also, I earned every bit of my experience. It is great if HR does not assume my experience is not true because they have had liars in the past interviews. I walk the walk and talk the talk from experience earned. Many " buddies in nursing" do not want to do the work and defer it to the one who works the hardest and does not gossip/FB/Snapchat/kissup during employer time. Ethics, Integrity,HIPAA, etc. applies. Patient care is no joke. Also, people specifically apply for certain positions. I appreciate an HR generalist who can focus on my job application and not try to send me to a job I did not apply for or want because it is a least liked unit/clinic/etc. Nurses know.
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