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15 Resume Best Practices for Landing Your Next Great Job

In today’s modern job market, a well-crafted resume is still your ticket to opening doors and securing opportunities. That’s because there is a certain ebb and flow to the hiring process. Specifically, this is how it works:

  • Your resume helps you get a telephone interview.
  • The telephone interview helps you get a face-to-face interview.
  • The face-to-face interview brings you closer to an offer of employment.


Your resume serves as a snapshot of your professional journey, skills, and accomplishments, making it a crucial tool in your job search arsenal. To stand out from the crowd and make a lasting impression on potential employers, it’s essential to adhere to best practices that highlight your strengths and align with the expectations of hiring managers. Your resume can be considered the launching pad for both your job search and your career. Essentially, the purpose of your resume is to land as many interviews as you can.

In this white paper from The VET Recruiter, we will explore 15 resume best practices that can help you land your next great job in the Animal Health industry or Veterinary profession.



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