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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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8 Signs You Should Avoid That Potential Employer

8 signs you should avoid an employer

While financial incentives are a big motivator for jobs, it can be a nightmare working for a bad boss. Therefore, it is important to recognize red flags in the interview process and beyond when vetting a new employer. Here are 8 tips that you might want to pass over on that prospective job offer.

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Reduce Workplace Stress and Thrive

how to reduce workplace stress

It is common knowledge that stress decreases worker productivity and impairs employee happiness, but the long-term effects are much worse. This is why it is important to take charge of your relationship with work and manage it in a healthy way to prosper in both personal and professional life. Here are a few tips on workplace stress reduction.

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The Fastest Growing Health Care Occupations in 2021 and Beyond

fastest growing medical specialties

Demand for healthcare professionals isn’t going down any time soon. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) projects that healthcare occupations will rise by 15% in the next 10 years. But what professions are growing the fastest? Here’s a list of the fastest growing health care opportunities for 2021 and beyond.

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Interview Tips for New Healthcare Providers

A healthcare provider being interviewed for a job

In this article Dr. Faith Coleman provides some excellent tips about securing an interview, and the interview process, for doctors, nurses, and anyone who is coming out of training and seeking their first new job in healthcare.

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How to Handle a Poor Performance Review

How to handle a poor performance review

Performance reviews can be anxiety-inducing, but what about in the catastrophic worst-case-scenario? After testing, you receive a horrible grade of your performance that leaves something to be desired. How do you best recover gracefully from such a blow?

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Nutritional Tips for Busy Nurses

Good nutrition for work lunches

Nurses work in an environment that’s stressful and almost always busy, so eating healthy can be difficult to balance on top of all the other responsibilities. However, a nutritious diet is an important aspect of life that many neglect. So how can one best implement healthy eating practices into such an involved profession?

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Celebrating National Nurses Day

Happy National Nurse's Day

May 6th 2021 is National Nurse’s Day, a day dedicated to appreciating the impact that nurses make. National Nurse’s Day also marks the first day of Nurse’s week, which lasts from May 6-12.

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Alternative Health Care Careers for Those Who Need a Break from Patient Care

alternative healthcare careers

For those who need a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday patient care, there are many alternative career options open to healthcare workers. From insurance specialists to authors, there are many viable options available to those with a medical background.

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Following Up on an Application Without Sounding Desperate


Following up after the submission of a job application is a gray area. On one hand, you don’t want to be too immediate to give the sense that you are desperate, but you also shouldn’t wait too long and be thought of as apathetic. Within this article are a few helpful tips for toeing this line with deft.

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