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How to Make Your Medical Device Sales Resume Stand Out from Your Competition

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When it comes to sales resumes, many professionals assume that there are a few basic achievements that can highlight surrounding quota attainment. But there is always more to a role than meets the eye—and a resume, like a theatrical trailer, must pique the interest of your Read more…

Two Surefire Ways to Stand Out to Hiring Managers and Get the Job

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You’ve no doubt been told—countless times—that you need to stand out in an interview. Tips and tricks for this range from creative ways to ask and answer questions to tips for wearing some piece of clothing with flair (e.g., a bright pocket square or pin) that Read more…

How Johnson Kee Bought a Job

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Can you imagine buying a job? Moreover, can you imagine buying a $47,500 job for a little under $11.00? Johnson Kee did it. Johnson was a call center worker—and not overly happy about it. He was a writer, not a phone jockey. He’d been looking online, Read more…

A Key Strategy to Standing Out In A Sea of Other Job Seekers

What you need is a competitive advantage, something that gets the hiring manager’s attention, causes him or her to keep reading your resume, and ultimately, pick up the phone and call for the interview.  How do you differentiate yourself from all the other people seeking the Read more…

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