Resumes and Relationships Matter When Interviewing for a Medical Sales Job
There you have it! These two areas are critical in finding your next job. A well written resume offers a potential employer a peek at your organizational abilities. Don’t lose out on potential opportunities by not highlighting accomplishments throughout your resume. Within a few seconds, the potential employer should be able to read quickly your top achievements.
The second critical area concerns your relationships. Companies today are seeking people with contacts within the industry. So wherever your contacts lie, utilize these relationships to make your next career move. Contacts with specialty physicians, purchasing or other hospital department managers can all become very important when you are interviewing for a new position. Leveraging information on “who you know” is critical in sales. Find a way to add this information to your resume. By doing so, you will increase your chances of getting an interview. For more information on resume development, interviewing or building your brand, visit our Career Center.