I need some serious advice on how to make my resume a potential employer won't toss into the trash because of my work history. I spent most of my adult life raising a daughter who was born with cerebral palsy by myself. No support except state pay childcare and financial assistance, and back then (she's 18 now) daycare workers weren't trained to work with dd children and when they had trouble with dealing with her, they would call me prety frequently at work to pick her up, which created lots of attendance issues and lots of pressure to either stay at work and keep my job but lose my child to CPS or go pick her up and lose my job. So what I need to know is how do I get the employers to look past my start and end dates and look at what I did and how I contributed?
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How do you write a resume if you have had the same job for 10 years?
. As an RN field case manager for more than 25 yrs., I have been eagerly seeking new opportunities in the healthcare/insurance arena, but outside of nursing. My desire is to secure a new job direction using my knowledge, experience and professional networking. Yet every day multiple job postings are received for the same job title..nursing. .A new chance to expand my professional profile is my goal, yet its been halted as it seems there is not much time spent reading the nitial 3 sentences of my resume. Suggestions would be so appreciated as I have exhausted most other means.
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