Crafting a Cover Letter
After the resume, a cover letter is the next most important career document.
A well-crafted cover letter will tell your story. Ideally it will describe your key skills, accomplishments and showcase why you are the ideal person for the job. This might sound like a daunting task, but with some key information and a basic outline, you will be able to add an awesome cover letter to any job application.
Tailored Resumes: Physical/Occupational Therapist & Athletic Trainers
Drafting a strong resume is important, but tailoring that resume to the career you’re looking to get hired into can help you stand out from the pack and land an interview.
10 Things Employees Love About Working at Athletico
From Physical Therapists to Office Coordinators, each Athletico employee has a unique skillset and is a valuable asset to our company. The best thing about our employees, however, is their passion for their careers and the industry.
The Job Search: Resume Basics
A solid resume is one of the most important tools to have in your belt when conducting your job search and building your career. This document is a snapshot of your qualifications and the first glimpse an employer has of you. Here are some tips to make an outstanding first impression:
The Job Search: Doing Your Research
If you thought your days of research were finished when you turned in that last school paper, you may want to reevaluate.
Conducting research during the job search can be one of the best investments you make in yourself. Whether you’re looking for a new position or wanting to change industries, a little time spent gathering information can go a long way.
The Job Search: Knowing Yourself
Conducting a job search can be an emotional and time consuming process. You are, after all, making a decision that will impact both your personal and professional life.
Perhaps you want an employer where you will find professional fulfillment, or maybe you’re looking for a growing company where you can gain experience and progress your career. Whatever it is, consider taking some time for self-reflection before you dive into your job search. The ultimate goal is to find the right fit for you and the best way to do that is to know yourself.
4 Ways to Prepare for the Physical Therapy Board Exam
Three years of school, clinicals and countless hours of studying will culminate in a few short days with the physical therapy board exam. As a physical therapy student, this is what you’ve been working toward and we at Athletico would like to wish you luck as you prepare to take the Physical Therapy Boards.