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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 »

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LinkedIn continues to dominate the market of professional networks. With over 450 million users, LinkedIn is one of the first places recruiters will go to fill healthcare jobs, travel healthcare openings, HR positions, finance jobs or any other role that their company needs. This makes LinkedIn one of the most valuable tools for job seekers…. Read more »

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One of the biggest misconceptions job seekers have is they need to be perfect in order to find a job. Everybody has their flaws and having the confidence to acknowledge that is encouraging to recruiters. Not only does it assure them you are honest, but it also means that you are on the right track… Read more »

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Your resume is often part of the “first impression” package that you send to hiring managers. When potential future employers “see you”, they’re really looking at your resume to perceive you as a candidate. So, what are they looking for? Hiring managers want to see someone who is educated, experienced in the relevant fields, able… Read more »

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Travel nursing is a challenging and rewarding profession – one that allows you to see more of the country, meet more people and diversify your experience. However, this is not a career that just anyone can handle or just anyone would enjoy. Ask yourself the following questions to get a better feel for how the… Read more »

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With so much economic insecurity in parts of our country, families are considering relocating, switching careers or making other changes to create better circumstances for themselves. One such migration has been to make the switch from private-sector jobs at for-profit companies to public-sector work or government jobs. This switch is a change, indeed. The mindset,… Read more »

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Time management is a common struggle for employees in many industries. Whether you work in the healthcare field, in tech or in a government role, it seems like everyone is either too busy or too far behind. That’s the bad news. The good news is there are TONS of useful strategies for helping your employees… Read more »

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It seems as though every interview – in any industry – starts with some variation of one very common request: “So, tell me about yourself!” No matter how many times we hear this from an interviewer, it trips us up. Why? This request isn’t like other more technical or complicated interview questions – you already… Read more »

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Your brilliant resume and winning cover letter have earned you a phone interview for a call center job that would be just perfect for you. Are you ready? Your call is in a week, and between now and then you have to prepare but – where do you begin? This post will cover the basics… Read more »