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|1. Kirtland Air Force
||U.S. Air Force Base employing over 23,000.
|2. The University of New Mexico
||The state's flagship research institution serving an annual enrollment of 34,000
students with a staff of 6,800.
|3. Albuquerque Public Schools
||The largest of 89 public school districts in the state of New Mexico with 127 schools
serving 86,000+ students.
|4. Sandia National Laboratories
||Two R&D national laboratories; wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin
Corporation; staff of 8400.
|5. Presbyterian Healthcare
||New Mexico's only private, non-profit statewide healthcare system; one of the top 10
integrated healthcare delivery networks in the U.S.
|6. State of New Mexico
|7. Lovelace Health
||Diversified healthcare delivery system including a network of acute care hospitals;
over 7,000 medical professionals statewide.
|8. UNM Hospitals
||New Mexico's only academic medical center, level 1 trauma center, and provider of 13
|9. Intel Corporation
||World's largest semiconductor chip maker. Rio Rancho is site of the largest and most
advanced semiconductor fabrication plant in the world.
|10. Central NM Community College
||Community college with over 225 credit courses and serving an annual student
enrollment of 27,000.
Before You Apply to a Top Albuquerque Employer...
What kind of shape is your resume in? Writing a resume that will open the door to an interview is tough.
Especially if you're fighting for attention in a competitive field, or if your job qualifications are
difficult for you to express in a promotion – and unbiased – manner. In those cases, it might make sense
to consider the help of a professional writer.
As a former recruiter, I'm used to evaluating resumes and the writers behind them. I've taken a hard look at
some of the more popular resume writing services operating on the Web. Some are quite good, and can dramatically
improve your chances of getting the all-important interview. Others are lousy, quite frankly, and you'd be better
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Best of luck in your local job search.
David Alan Carter is a former headhunter
and the founder of Resume One of Cincinnati. For more than ten years, he personally crafted thousands of resumes
for satisfied clients from all occupational walks of life.
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