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Do Job Boards Take Steps to Protect Job Seeker Data?

keeping your personal info private

Data is one of the most valuable resources in the world. When you register for any website, unless explicitly stated otherwise, your information is likely being sold at some point. Read on to learn more about this practice and how HospitalRecruiting is different.

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Top 10 Healthcare Career Resource Articles of the Last 10 Years

top 10 healthcare career resources blogs from the last 10 years

HospitalRecruiting just celebrated its 10th year of business as a healthcare job board. To celebrate a decade devoted to helping employers and job seekers with their job searches and hiring needs, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best healthcare career resources blogs we have published over the last ten years.

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Burnout is Really Depression in Disguise

is burnout depression in disguise

Being burned out is living in a constant state of overwhelming exhaustion, whereas depression is defined by the inability to feel pleasure and dysphoric mood. But is burnout a syndrome in and of itself, or is it actually part of the pathology of a larger depression? Current research argues the latter.

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Job Interview Tips for Physicians

tips for interview questions

Being prepared for your interview can mean the difference between landing your dream job and losing the offer. Enclosed within this article are some interview questions you might expect from your prospective employer, and also questions you should be asking of them to ensure you’re a good fit for the organization.

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Five Things to Know BEFORE Signing Any Healthcare Contract

5 things to know before signing any healthcare contract

Contracts are important documents that stake your future career, and they can make or break a dream job offer. Here are five things you should know before signing ANY contract.

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How to Adapt to Extend Your Career in Medicine

change or perish, the healthcare industry is changing

What worked 10 years ago is no longer the standard of care, and this expiration also applies to knowledge. In the ever-changing world of medicine, a harsh but true mantra resonates; adapt or die.

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Optimizing Healthcare Job Postings for Google

SEO is a powerful tool to getting your job postings seen by more people. Good keywords can mean the difference between showing up at the top of the results, or tucked away on page 13. Let’s talk about how to select the best search terms to drive the most clicks and engagement for your job ads.

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7 Things You Should Do the First 7 Weeks of Your New Job

You’ve finally landed your dream job, now you have to keep it. Making a good first impression on your colleagues and employer in the first few weeks will be critical to your long-term success in your position. Here we’ve collected 7 things you should be doing during the first 7 weeks of your new job.

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Rethink Job Board Ads to Get Better Results

rethinking job board ads to get results

With an upturn in resignations and an ongoing staff shortage, recruiting and maintaining talented employees has never been more important. That’s why your job ads need to drive results, rather than fall flat. Here are a few tips for making your ads stand out when posting to job boards.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Importance of Candidate Experience

What a Good Candidate Experience Means to Me

From first contact to contract negotiation, the quality of the experience as a whole needs to communicate professionalism and genuine interest. It is clear to job seekers which employers invest in the recruitment process and which do not. A candidate can also tell which experiences are mass produced with little forethought and which are tailored specifically to the situation at hand.

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