Where do you put license number on resume?
License number and state of licensure To protect yourself, submit your resume only through reputable job boards or directly to hospitals and facilities. Never post your license number on a public blog or portfolio site; simply remove it from your resume if you plan to post it in a public place.
Can I just walk in and ask for a job?
Yes, just make sure you are dressed for an interview, have your resume in hand, and are ready to interview. After using you “30 second me” to introduce yourself, you may be told to “apply on line” or “we have no openings at this time.” That is OK.
Should I apply for a job if I don’t meet all the requirements?
If you can make a case for many of the core requirements and the job is attractive, then you should consider applying. Employers are more likely to consider candidates who don’t possess the preferred qualities than job seekers without the required skills or knowledge.
Should I apply for a job if I don’t have the required experience?
Ultimately, experts agree that even if you don’t have the required numbers of years of experience, it is still worth applying for the position—within reason, of course. “But if you have one to two years of experience and they are looking for three to five, that doesn’t rule you out, and you could be just as qualified.”