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Best Cities in the Northeast for a Career in Healthcare

Best Cities in the Northeast for a Career in Healthcare

Which of these historical and vibrant cities are calling your name? You don’t have to wait to experience the diverse culture and beautiful scenery of the Northeast. Any one of these 6 cities could offer you an exciting career in health care. On your days off, you could also be exploring museums, art galleries, vineyards or national parks. Take your pick!

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The Best Cities in the Midwest for a Career in Healthcare

Best Midwestern Cities for Healthcare Professionals

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.

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3 Tips on How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges

How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges

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.

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Four Resume Writing Tips for Seasoned Health Care Professionals

Resume Writing Tips for Experienced Healthcare Professionals

Experienced healthcare workers often have the most exceptional skills, yet they fail to show them in a manner that sparks employers’ interests.

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How to Get Through School While Holding Down a Job

Four Tips to Get You Through School While Working

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 […]

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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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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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Better Job Offer? Leave Your Current Position the Right Way

How and why to resign from your current job the right way

Congratulations! Your hard work and career accomplishments have made you attractive to other employers, and you now have a job offer in hand for a better position. I’m sure you’re proud and excited. However, before you break out the champagne, there’s a little unfinished business – you have to part ways with your current employer.

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Don’t Let Negative Coworkers Bring You Down

How Not to be Brought Down by Negative Coworkers

Hopefully, your work environment is filled with great managers and full of supportive co-workers. But even if you have a good working relationship with most of your colleagues, you might occasionally come across a negative co-worker. You may know the […]

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5 Reasons Being Fit Helps Your Career

How Fitness Affects You Professionally - 5 Reasons Being Fit Helps Your Career

As a medical professional, you know that being overweight or obese greatly affects your health. The CDC notes that approximately 1/3 of American adults are obese, and that type 2 Diabetes and heart disease are linked to being obese or […]

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