Energize Your Job Search for the New Year

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Ever hear the saying, “The early bird gets the worm.”? Well, that certainly applies to job searches. What may start out as an enthusiastic search for that next position may become sluggish as time goes by without landing a job…. Or you get a job and quickly realize it just isn’t the right fit at… Read more »

Phone Interview? Why You Should Treat it Like the “Real Thing”

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The best part about a phone interview is you can relax about your appearance…no need to dress up or even get dressed if you don’t want — who’s going to see you? However, you may want to reconsider and treat your phone interview just like an in-person one, dressing and preparing for it the same… Read more »

When Setting Goals, be SMART

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If you want something from life or your career, you have to go after it; nobody will hand you anything, right? And it’s admirable to have aspirational goals, something to propel you forward in both life and career. On the flip side of that, one of the primary reasons people don’t reach their goals stems… Read more »

Networking for Relationships (Not for a Number of Connections)

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Have you ever had someone reach out on LinkedIn and see they have 500+ connections? Does that really mean that person knows over 500 people? Does he interact with all of them? What’s the point of collecting connections like seashells or novelty matchbooks? What does it get you? Next time you want to reach out… Read more »

Lacking Career Experience? Volunteer.

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Want to boost your resume and get some healthcare experience all while using your talents to help others? Want a one-word answer? Volunteer. If you look within your community, you’ll find numerous opportunities to sharpen your current skills and take on new ones as you engage your passion for your chosen industry Expand your knowledge…. Read more »

Jobs: Don’t Search Harder, Search Smarter

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If you feel as though the job search has become a constant slog, you may want to change your methods. Rather than putting in hours each day poring over the classifieds, either online or in print, some different methods may help you search more effectively and make better use of your time. Use a recruiter…. Read more »

Prove You’re a Leader

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Leadership is a skill that employers want but don’t find as often as they’d like. Candidates may have backgrounds filled with duties and accomplishments, but when it comes to managing or putting a team together, employers want candidates who have the capability to take charge of projects, other employees, departments, etc. If it is your… Read more »

The Rewards of the Healthcare Industry

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Friday, May 6, marks the beginning of National Nurses Week, so let’s take the time to focus on the numerous contributions of nurses and related healthcare professionals. Make time to thank them for all that they do. So many nurses go about their jobs all but unnoticed. These healthcare professionals don’t do their jobs to… Read more »

What Sets You Apart?

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Considering the sheer number of people vying for most job positions, you need to do what you can to stand out, to be that bright flower in the vast green field of applicants. Yes, you may have similar backgrounds and qualifications for a position, but if you think about it, you have something that makes… Read more »

Do a Good Turn for a Friend

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Referring a friend for a job opening is a strong endorsement of their abilities. We know that great employees know other great employees. If you know someone who can benefit from our services, please let us know. Your recommendations are highly valued. And we will reward you $100 for everyone how meets our qualifications. Call… Read more »