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A hospital emergency room is a busy place. Patients with all types of illnesses and injuries walk through the doors on a 24/7 basis, keeping you on your toes at all times. You chose a nursing job in the ER, because you want to help people. For the most part, you enjoy the constant hustle… Read more »

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Searching for jobs is hard work, so when you finally land an interview for a position you’re interested in, you might think you can hit pause, but that isn’t the case. In reality, your work is just beginning, because if you’re not prepared for the interview, you’ll be back to square one in no time… Read more »

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When you treat a patient, their health and well-being are in your hands. In order to do your job effectively, you need them to trust you, but that’s something you have to earn. If patients get the impression you don’t know what you’re doing or simply feel uncomfortable with you, they won’t be keen to… Read more »

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As with any trend, job search strategies come and go, so it’s important to follow current best practices. In the past, it was perfectly fine to submit the same resume for every opportunity, pick up the phone to follow-up on your application and send your resume snail mail, but these tactics are no longer relevant…. 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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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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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 »