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Dental References
Created by udent on 1/1/2006 12:00:00 AM

References should only be given at the request of an employer, and should not be listed on your resume. Nor should you send a reference sheet in your "initial" resume mailing.


References should only be given at the request of an employer, and should not be listed on your resume. Nor should you send a reference sheet in your "initial" resume mailing. It is better when an employer can meet with you personally before receiving second hand information about you from your references. The interview is the most important first step in the door, and who is better to sell your good character and qualifications, than you, yourself. Take your reference sheet with you to your interview (in a professional attachment, folder or portfolio), and present it during the interview, (only if it is requested). By making your reference sheet available during the interview, you will not waste personal marketing gear on initial mailings or employers who do not find a reference

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