Once you have graduated, it can be hard to face the world outside college, look for a job or even imagine yourself as an employable person. The first step you need to take is write a resume that can increase your chances of getting hired. This can be a little intimidating at first, since what you are basically asked to do is to squeeze your life experience in a couple of pages. Whether you already have a CV or nothing at all to start working with, there's no need to panic: it's still easy to write a resume once you know what information recruiters expect to find in it and how they should be listed and phrased.
A nursing graduate with excellent skills and compassion for the old and the infirm is seeking an entry-level registered nursing position at “United Health Care System,” to provide superior patient care. Summary of Skills: