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Residency Training – A Final Year Timeline

As July 1st rolls around yet again, another group of new interns will be starting in every residency program around the country. This time of year is important and symbolic for all residents because it represents their progression to the next year of training, and for the lucky seniors among us, it means that residency has finally come to an end…

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How to Ace Your Virtual Interview

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There are many ways to make a good impression during a virtual interview. Just as an in-person interview, you’ll want to put your best digital foot forward. A bit of advanced planning can help the technical aspect go smoothly. It can also highlight your professionalism and readiness to work.

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Quitting Your Job in Healthcare

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More than ever, it’s important to ask yourself the right questions before making the decision to quit. Here are six questions to help put that decision in perspective.

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Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

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The key to successfully answering interview questions is to understand the reason that they are being asked, and to answer them while keeping in mind the interviewer’s motivation for asking the question. 

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How to Succeed in a Difficult Job Market After Graduation

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A tough job market and struggling to find a job fresh out of school are becoming increasingly common issues. With the changes in healthcare, experience has become one of the preferred traits of applicants, and it often seems that WHO you know is more important than WHAT you know, with personal connections being one of the best ways to even be considered for an interview. This article will explore some of the common challenges with finding employment in healthcare after graduation and offer helpful suggestions for finally landing that dream job. 

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What I Will Be Looking for in My First Job After Residency

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Ultimately, the factors that you’ll consider as your look for your first job are personal and largely depend on what you value…. In the final analysis, the most important thing to consider is your happiness, because as an early career attending, you will likely be working long hours, and you want to ensure that you enjoy the environment and the people with whom you’ve chosen to surround yourself.

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How to Recognize “Job Spam” from Legitimate Job Offers

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Recruiters can be very useful in navigating the job selection and hiring process, especially for newly graduated residents who are unfamiliar with the specificities of this next step. It is important to keep in mind that this is an industry, and to keep informed so as to avoid being taken advantage of along the way.

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What a Nurse Manager is Evaluating During Your Interview

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By focusing on what a nurse manager is likely to be evaluating, you can enhance your chances of getting the nursing job you want and succeeding in your nursing career.

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A Little Job Search Advice for the New Grad Nurse

How New Nurses Can Find Their Niche

You’ve aced all your classes, walked across the stage, and passed the NCLEX. What a relief! Now you can relax. For about a minute. Because now comes the real work – getting out there and finding a job…

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How To Evaluate a Potential Career Change in Medicine

How Physicians Can Effectively Evaluate Potential Career Moves

Change is hard, but when done for the right reasons, it can be positively transformative.

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