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  1. JohnPadilla Says: September 6, 2016 at 3:00 am

    I completely agree with the post above. But a significant challenge many career changers face is preparing a winning curriculum vitae. Writing a resume becomes more painful when you are looking for, totally new career option. This can be made easy by highlighting the transferable skills into your resume and if you identify your transferable skills(skills such as communicating, supervising, researching, record keeping, operating computers, and so forth) then you can easily convince the employers that you sustain the basic skills to excel in your new career choice. For more updates and ways to improve your resume for career change, one can switch to some recruitment agencies like indeed.com, http://doctorschoiceplacement.com/physician-recruitment/, and so on.

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