How dental hygienist Tracie Perry was able to land a great dental hygiene job in about 30 days...
In 2010, Tracie graduated from dental hygiene school with only a hope that she would find a job. She … Read More
Dental hygiene staffing agencies can play a very important role in helping you find a great job. Not only do that locate temp work for you, they also help with permanent placement. Some agencies will … Read More
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I get tons of questions from dental hygienists having to do with resumes, job searching, interviewing, and much more. These are the basis … Read More
Dental Hygiene salaries vary greatly across the United States and Canada. Click on the state or province (below). Information comes from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics annual report for wages of … Read More
Several dental hygienists wanting to leave clinical practice have been asking me about a transitional resume and how it differs from a regular resume. Much of the categories of content remain the same, such as work history, education history, and summary section to name only a few. The difference is in the language you use […]
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Action words are verbs you can use to begin a sentence to describe your skills, results, or accomplishments. They give your reader an interesting shortcut into your experience. Here are 500+ words you … Read More
You may have heard the terms "passive" and "active" writing styles. In resume writing, active is best for two reasons. First, it helps conserve precious space on your resume. And, second, it's much … Read More
Here's a list of 100+ positive personality adjectives you could potentially use on your resume to describe your personal brand. This list is certainly not exhaustive so we would love to hear … Read More