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Ultimately, the goal as recruiters and hiring managers during the application process is to find out how candidates will impact your bottom line. The more certainty a recruiter has of a candidate’s abilities to improve their company, the easier it is to consider them a suitable candidate. With this in mind, the best way to… Read more »

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While there are general job search best practices that can apply to all job seekers, the healthcare and travel healthcare industry has its own aspects that come into play. For nurse candidates looking for their next opportunity, this comes with three unique focal points. If you follow these job search tips for nurses, you will… Read more »

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With a hectic schedule, it can be difficult to pencil in an event that isn’t an ROI. However, it’s important for us to give back and connect with our community and neighbors. Luckily if you’re looking for ways to enhance your resume, volunteer work improves resumes by displaying many important qualities that recruiters look for…. Read more »

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Applying for call-center jobs is often a matter of checking the right boxes for call-center recruiters. In any call center, there are certain rules of the phone that hiring managers want their staff to adhere to. The more familiar a candidate is with proper call-center etiquette, the more likely they are to stand out as… Read more »

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In this economy, healthcare job opportunities are hard to come by, and the same goes to call-center openings, HR jobs and accounting positions. So when you receive a job offer, you’ll want to accept it before they take it back! Let’s slow things down. Your job will take up more than 1/3 of every weekday… Read more »

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Oftentimes travel nurses give up their traveling healthcare careers when they start families. This is not only a loss to the traveling nurses but to the facilities and communities looking for healthcare providers. Yes, parenting is not a responsibility that should be taken lightly. However, there are certain events that are actually great experiences for… Read more »

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As a job seeker, you’re preoccupied with appearing organized, capable and more suited than your competition for the job you’re after. That’s great! But, what if we told you the one asset you should be highlighting is probably the one you’re leaving out? That’s right. Most job seekers are keeping their personality out of focus… Read more »

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Travel healthcare professionals have it tough. When a new assignment rolls in, you’re faced with the dual task of starting a new job and moving to a new city all in the same week and sometimes, with little notice. Many people would freeze at the prospect of this much adaptation at one time but not… Read more »

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First impressions turn into long-term perceptions. That notion can be particularly stressful in a working environment with your professional livelihood at stake. This is why it’s so important to make the right impression on your first day of work to start off on the right foot with your new employer and co-workers. Do your homework… Read more »

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The one mistake that could cost you the job could be something as simple as a typo in your resume, or a major interview mistake. When recruiters have a pool of candidates to select from, it can feel like it takes the perfect resume and interview to land government jobs or healthcare jobs. The truth… Read more »