Unformatted text preview: or appreciation for being a therapist, then they might not make a good worker due to not loving what they do, and potentially my make the business loose clientele. What would your advice be to someone who would like to work for your business in order to get them in the door and granted an interview? Get all your business in order, and always stay professional. What do you look for in a resume? In seasoned therapists, I really just depends on work history and references. If the therapist has a repitable work history with valid references not just friends, but also seasoned therapists help a lot. If it is a person that is fresh out of school, I would need to see references on the resume. But I need more than a resume from that person, I would also need to speak to that person to test their knowledge of vital info coming straight out of school....
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course CAREER DEV CARD405 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '11 term at DeVry Ft. Washington.
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