Need to craft a Medical Assistant Resume?

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Crank out your own Medical Assistant resume if you’ve got the time and the learning curve down. Or, give the project to a certified resume writer. Here are two services to consider.

Danni Gohemi‘s insight:

    

 

Along with their resume most job seekers frequently send along a well written cover letter as a way of introducing themselves to a potential employer. Cover letters are generally one page long and consist of a header, introduction, body and the closing. The closing is followed by a valediction ("Sincerely"), and then the signature line. Optionally, the abbreviation "ENCL" may be used to indicate that there are other enclosures with the application.

 

Here are some words potential employers like to see in an application, resume, or cover letter:
 

Medical Assistant NET – Cover Letter Example
http://www.medicalassistant.net/Job_Search/sample_cover_letter.html

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About Danni R.

What I do: Develop websites, write articles and publish informational content dedicated to past, present and future medical assistants, medical billers and coders, and other members of the allied healthcare professions.
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