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If the Midwest is calling you home, or you have always wanted to live in the region famous for acres of farmland, friendly people, and a laid back lifestyle here are the best cities to live in.Read more
Working in healthcare is a noble and rewarding career, but knowing which occupation offers you the best chance for a job is also rewarding.Read more
These 10 healthcare jobs are considered the unhealthiest jobs in healthcare. But please, don’t give up on working in healthcare! You are a needed and necessary part of a healthy society. I’ll share 5 secrets to surviving these top 10 most unhealthy jobs.Read more
AI recruiters are designed to pick out the best of the candidates and showcase them to the human recruiter. Set up your application, resume, and online presence to wow the AI recruiter and your human recruiter will be ready to be wowed by you, too.Read more
The good news is you just got that dream job you have been wishing for! Finally you can quit your current job and move on in your career to a job with better benefits and perks.
The bad news is, you still need to quit your old job. This article will help you to leave the old job in the best way possible.Read more
Experienced healthcare workers often have the most exceptional skills, yet they fail to show them in a manner that sparks employers’ interests.Read more
Mandatory CME easily reaches 50 hours per year for many physicians. Add in the maintenance of certification requirements for some specialties and the time commitment, and it can turn into a part-time job just keeping up.
That said, why not make it fun? Most, if not all, CME could turn into a vacation experience if you chose wisely.Read more
The growth in health care will represent 1 in 4 new jobs over the next seven years, and will have the most rapid employment growth of any employment sector of the U.S. economyRead more
Working while getting an education is becoming more mainstream in recent years, given the ever-increasing cost of tuition. Industries (especially healthcare) are pushing their employees and providing them with incentives to further their education. Because of this, healthcare workers are […]Read more
When you work in the healthcare industry, it is important to take care of yourself so that you can care for your patients. Learning early in the game to relieve stress and maintain a healthy work/life balance is vital. Constantly work to develop your communication and leadership skills that will help you to be successful through your career. Staying current with updated information about your sector in healthcare and taking care of yourself will help you to thrive throughout your career.Read more