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Selling Relocation to Attract Top Talent

Here's how to better sell job candidates on relocation

As the job market continues to grow and applicants who are willing to relocate have a larger array of choices, how can you attract them to your location? What types of information should you be posting in your ads that will drive interest? If you’re in a larger market, point to more opportunity; in a smaller market, discuss more of a neighborhood feel. Whether it’s community values or a big city, there will be candidates attracted to what you offer.

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Five Tips to Bow Out Gracefully from Your Healthcare Job

There comes a time in everyone’s professional life when a change of scenery is necessary. Whether you are leaving your job to pursue a new career opportunity or because you are ready to move on from an intolerable work situation, the way in which you handle your departure is likely to follow you for years to come.

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Career Trends in Allied Health – Spotlight on Fast-Growing Healthcare Jobs

Allied Health Career Analysis: Medical Assistant, Sonographer, and Occupational Therapy Assistant

Here are profiles of three fast-growing healthcare jobs that do not require individuals to have a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree.

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The Expanding Role of Telemedicine

Telemedicine Becoming More Effective and Prevalent

Being part of the telemedicine evolution over the last six years has been an exciting component of medical practice. Several decades ago, I witnessed a pilot project connecting rural hospitals to tertiary centers. This facet of practice is the new […]

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Why Many Experienced Physicians Prefer Smaller Communities

Why More Experienced Physicians Move Towards Smaller Communities

Practicing medicine in a smaller community is different on many levels. Challenges and opportunities exist, and embracing a career move to a mid-sized or small community is the perfect way to avoid stagnation and reinvigorate a physician’s career.

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5 Self Care Tips to Save Your Healthcare Career and Your Sanity

Self Care Tips to Preserve Your Healthcare Career

You work hard. Day and night, evenings and weekends, holidays and celebrations. You work, giving your time and energy to take care of everybody else. But who takes care of you? Who takes care of the healthcare provider? You’re tired […]

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Demand for Physician Assistants Continues to Rise

Physician Assistant: The Strong Career Growth Continues

Physician Assistants (PAs) continue to enjoy strong job growth. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of Physician Assistant positions is expected to grow 30% from 2014-2024. Increased demand means PAs enjoyed median earnings of $101,480 per year […]

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Five Ways to Stand Out in a Competitive Nursing Job Market

How to Get Noticed in a Crowded Nursing Job Market

Discussions surrounding the topic of nursing shortages have been circulating for decades. While there is a plethora of data supporting the idea that the United States is heading towards a deficit of nurses, some nurses are currently scratching their heads. […]

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A Reflection on My Time in Residency

A Reflection on my Residency

I knew I wanted to be a physician when I was 5 years old. Whether by parental grooming or destiny, I proudly proclaimed my intents throughout my childhood. I fondly look back on my teenage years spent accumulating accolades to “beef up” my resume and make me stand out in the sea of “outstanding scholars.”

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How to Survive At Work When You Are Understaffed and Overworked

Nursing Hacks: Surviving an Understaffed Shift

One out of five nurses will leave the nursing profession within the first year of becoming a nurse. 36 % of hospital nurses said their patient workload caused them to miss vital changes in a patient’s condition. You know what […]

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