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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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Work consumes a huge part of your life. If much of your day on the job is filled with stress, you need to make a change. It’s hard to perform to your best ability when you’re constantly under pressure. Your level of job satisfaction will also likely take a hit, because feeling tense all the… Read more »

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Searching for a new job can be very time-consuming. Combing through postings on job boards, HR sites and social media can take hours each day, which makes it even more frustrating when your application rarely lands you an interview, much less an offer. You’re a talented professional with a lot to offer any company, so… 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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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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Congratulations! You’ve been invited for an interview and granted the opportunity to supplement your candidacy with some real conversation. It is important to make the most of this 30-60 minutes a potential employer has carved out just for you – but how? You caught the employer’s attention with your cover letter and resume. During the… Read more »