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Searching for your first job can be stressful. We’ve all been there! I would like to offer some helpful tips that will hopefully make the process a little less stressful. This information will also be helpful to someone looking to make a career change into the histology profession and gain histopathology laboratory experience for certification eligibility. View more entry level histology tips.
Job Search Tips
A cover letter is the best way to sell yourself to a prospective employer. It will allow you to include points that aren’t covered by your resume and argue your case as to why you’d be a great fit for the job. Check out these tips for histology cover letter writing.
Cover Letter Tips
Check out these interview tips to help you learn how to stay calm and collected during your next big interview.
Salary negotiation is a sensitive topic for both the employer and the job seeker. For example, say the pay range for a given position is $20-30 per hour. Most job seekers are hearing the job pays $30 per hour and the employer is thinking we are paying $20 per hour. So the dance begins.
How do you, as a job seeker, handle the question: So what are your salary expectations? It is not as tricky as you would think. Here is some simple straightforward advice to help you get a great offer.
How long is too long and what can you trim if you need to get your resume down to size?
Trimming Your Resume
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