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What to Expect at a Site Visit

doctor shaking hands with a prospective candidate

You’ve been invited on a site visit to a medical facility you’re thinking about joining. While you’ll likely be given a tour and rundown of the organization’s values, culture, and expectations, you should also be conducting your own research on the facility prior to this visit. To help prepare you for all you need to know, we’ve compiled a list of what to expect from a typical site visit.

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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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9 Tips for Writing an Engaging Resume

Tips for writing an engaging resume

Although a resume alone won’t get you a job, you won’t be getting one without it. For this reason, you need to make sure it is compelling and engaging to the hiring managers. After all, only 7 seconds are spent on average reviewing a resume, so you’ll need a hook.

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How to Write the Perfect Cover Letter

Perfect cover letter tips

Cover letters are an art form that can either make or break your job application. They display your personal interest in the opening and give management insight into your thought processes and what you’re after. Though not as achievement-oriented as a resume, they offer valuable information to hiring managers that may land you your dream job.

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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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The 9 Don’ts of Interviewing

things not to do in a job interview

There are many helpful guides on what you should be doing during a job interview, but it is equally important to understand what NOT to do in these situations. Here are 9 things you should avoid in any job interview.

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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 EFFECTIVELY

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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Alternative Careers in Medicine: Internal Consulting

Alternative Careers in medicine: internal consulting

If you’re tired of the daily grind with patient work and aren’t up to the busy traveling life of external consulting, internal consulting may be an interesting career option. Here are 8 questions about the profession dissected for easy comprehension.

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Maximizing Your Shadowing Experience

A woman with a superhero shadow behind her as a metaphor

During the search for your first job or a new position, you may find yourself with an opportunity to shadow someone working in a similar position. Shadowing is an excellent way to discover the real day-to-day operations and flow of a company, so if you’re fortunate enough to have the opportunity, you should always say “yes!”

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