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Top 9 Things You Should Do When Leaving an Employer

9 things you should do when leaving

Starting a new job is an exciting time, but it’s important to first leave your old one properly. It can be tempting to go out by telling your old boss how you really feel, but leaving amicably is almost always better for your future career success. Here are 9 things you should do when quitting your job.

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Exciting Opportunity in a Town Far Away: Why Locums May Not Be Right for You

why locums may not be for you

Locum tenens work can be an exciting and rewarding career path. However, with with the steep learning curves, financial instability, and general uncertainty it brings, locums is not for everyone. Here are a few things to consider before signing that locums contract.

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Top 5 Specialties That Will Propel Your Nursing Career

top 5 nursing specialties to advance your career

Choosing a specialty is a critical career decision for nurses. High demand, opportunities for growth, and good compensation aren’t guaranteed. So, we’ve made a list of the top 5 nursing specialties that are expected to grow in demand, pay well, and propel your healthcare career to new heights.

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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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How to Negotiate Your Wage and Benefits

negotiating your wages and benefits

So you received an offer on the job of your dreams, congratulations! However, odds are if you take the offer now you may be settling for less than they’re willing to give you. Knowing how to negotiate your salary can be difficult, but here are a few best practice tips on how to get the wage and benefits you deserve.

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Why Locum Tenens Work is Truly an Adventure (and worth it!)

why locum tenens work is an adventure

Emergency medicine physicians tend to receive a lot of offers for locum tenens work. But is the excitement of a new adventure worth the uncertainty? Emergency medicine physician David Beran shares his thoughts on why he thinks so, with the opportunities for travel, flexible scheduling, and higher pay.

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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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New Job Checklist for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants

new job checklist for PA's and NP's

So, you’ve graduated from your Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant program, passed your certification exam, and accepted your job. Now, how can you be the best possible NP/PA for your hospital or practice? Physician Assistant Jacob Bollinger offers this 10-step checklist for getting a good start on your first job.

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Physician Work/Life Balance: Are You Cheating on Your Family With Your Job?

physicians is your career making you cheat on your family?

Setting a perfect work/life balance is impossible. Something has to give, and you will either be cheating your family or your job; being a doctor includes defending yourself, and standing up for your time. In this article Dr. Danielle Kelvas offers a few best-practice tips for stealing back your time.

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Achieving Work/Life Synergy in Healthcare

work life balance in healthcare

Work and time away from work are all really just a part of life. Making the distinction between a work/life balance can be troublesome in that regard, but physician assistant Jacob Bollinger instead suggests we try reframing it as work/life synergy and find ways to make our work lives and home lives support one another.

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