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Every day new positions are being made available in the Dental and Allied Healthcare fields. This means whether you're looking to start a new career in one of these areas, or you're looking for a change, options exist. Providing you can demonstrate you're up for the challenge, you can probably fill one of these positions with ease. Read on for tips and information you can use to make the most of your job search.  

Your Resume IS What Gets Your Foot in the Door
Before you can wow an employer and convince him or her you are the person to hire, you need to get your foot in the door. Too many times job seekers assume employers will somehow know how valuable they are, what skill set they have or what they bring to the table even without a succinct and well-written resume. It's simply not true. Your resume IS what gets your foot in the door.
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Don't Be Afraid to Market YOU
In order to get hired, you cannot be afraid to market YOU. You are a valuable asset. Someone with your education, your skills, your experience and your personality might be a perfect match for the company to which you are applying. So you need to get yourself noticed and moved to the top of an employer's "short list". To do this, you can't hesitate to let a potential employer know what you offer and why you would be the best candidate for the available position.
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Landing the Right Job
Landing the job right for you isn't always easy. Fortunately, you may be at more of an advantage than you realize. While it is true you aren't the only person looking for a job in your particular field, your education, experience and skill set could give you a leg up on the competition. Countless employers are looking for people in the dental and allied health industries. This generally means you are a valuable commodity. Don't forget that. If you want to land the right job, you need to treat your resume as your most valuable marketing tool. Use it to market yourself. Then, by using it and other resources at your disposal, you will have a much easier time of landing the right job.
Decide What You Want.
You have to know what you want before beginning your job search. If you don't, you'll end up wasting not only your time, but the time and efforts of numerous employers as well. What I mean is, in addition to knowing the job title you want, consider what type of company you want to be part of, what benefits you value most and which are not necessarily deal-breakers. Do you want a company that offers continuing education? Advancement? A flexible schedule? Do you require a set income or are you willing to negotiate? Maybe you want a close-knit team or perhaps you'd perfer an office where you work more independently? Do you want to work in a medical office, hospital, home health setting, SNF? Figure it out ahead time. This way, if a potential employer makes you an offer, you can either negotiate for those aspects important to you or accept right away and begin your new career.
Digital Clean-Up.
Before you start sending your resume out to potential employers for consideration, you might want to do a little digital clean-up. In this day and age, promoting yourself is not only done through your resume. Your online persona is also going to give potential employers a unique insight into you and your life.

We know it's not something all job seekers consider, but browsing the internet to find out more about a potential employee has become common practice amongst many hiring managers.
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