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As a healthcare provider, you’re on your feet most of the day. This makes wearing safe and comfortable shoes a must because you don’t have time to be held back by foot pain. It’s always frustrating to purchase a pair of work shoes, only to realize they were not designed with comfort or support in… Read more »

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You’ve been working as a Certified Nursing Assistant for a while now. You enjoy the job, but you want to do even more to help patients. Becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse has always been part of your plan, and you’re ready to get started. Here’s some advice to help you take this exciting next step… Read more »

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It might seem like it took forever to get here, but the first day of spring is finally upon us. The big day arrives on Thursday, March 19, and no doubt you have some tidying up to do — but we’re not talking about your house.   More than just straightening up your home, spring cleaning can be applied to… Read more »

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You’ve been working as an administrative assistant for a while now. You feel like you’ve mastered the job, so you’re ready to take the next step — landing an executive administrative assistant role. While the two jobs are similar in nature, being an executive administrative assistant will require you to be at the top of… Read more »

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As a naturally ambitious person, you enjoy being challenged at work. Learning new things inspires you and keeps you engaged in your job. Once upon a time, you felt this way about your current position, but things have changed.  Lately, you spend much of your day bored. The tasks associated with your job have become… Read more »

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You’re searching for a new laborer position, and you’re ready to impress. The clothing that you wear speaks volumes to an interviewer, so you’re prepared to dress to impress — but you’re not exactly sure what that means.  Traditionally, you know a suit is standard job interview attire, but that’s a bit much for this kind of work. You want… Read more »

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English is the dominant language spoken in the United States, but it certainly isn’t the only one. If you speak more than one language or are thinking of learning a new dialect, this can be incredibly beneficial to your nursing career.  Knowledge is power, and having fluency in more than one language is something very special. Most… Read more »

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Nurses are a key player in every healthcare team, and it’s finally time to give them the credit they deserve. The World Health Assembly has named 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife — and that’s a really big deal.  The WHO, along with the International Confederation of Midwives, International Council of Nurses, Nursing Now, and the United… Read more »

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Helping others is your passion. As a naturally kind person, you enjoy having a positive impact on the lives of others. This trait has made you start thinking about becoming a nurse practitioner. Whether you’re already a nurse or have no prior experience in the healthcare industry, you’re probably wondering if you’re a fit for… Read more »

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Adding a new person to the team is a very big deal, so hiring managers want to cover all their bases. Speaking with a candidate’s references is a great way to learn more about their skills and personality. Many candidates make the mistake of thinking potential employers won’t call their references — or assume it’s… Read more »