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Why You Should Network With Recruiters BEFORE You Graduate

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Regardless of the “shortage” of healthcare workers, finding a position that is right for you can still be quite a challenge. Don’t wait until you’re competing with so many others. Get ahead of the game, network and build relationships now.

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Contract Negotiation Tips for Resident Physicians

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Little to no time is devoted to helping resident physicians understand the complexity and tactics of negotiating their first job. Having sat on both sides of the table, the following are a few thoughts from 20 plus years of interesting career discussions.

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How to Tell if a Hospital’s Culture is a Good Fit for You

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Culture is the unmeasurable experience of being there day to day.

Fortunately, unmeasurable doesn’t mean undiscoverable. You can gain insight into the culture of a prospective workplace before you sign a contract by implementing the following strategies.

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Pros and Cons of Traveling Healthcare Jobs During the Pandemic

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There are both significant benefits and significant risks with taking travel healthcare jobs, especially so in the midst of a pandemic, and healthcare professionals should weigh these risk before deciding if a travel job is right for them.

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Tips For A Great Shadowing Experience

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Shadowing plays an important role in both the decision to become a physician and the application process. This is why optimizing the experience is so important. The following is a list of “do’s and dont’s” of shadowing.

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How Graduating Residents Can Politely Decline a Job Offer

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It doesn’t require writing a novel or groveling at the feet of more senior doctors or HR reps to turn down a job offer. You just need to be clear, concise, and remember to always be polite…

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Healthcare Recruiter and Candidate Boot Camp: Communication 101

Kids play "telephone" symbolizing communication problems that can occur during a job search or hiring effort

Recruiter/candidate miscommunication is usually due to shifts in priorities, inattention to detail, or adding a third person into the lines of communication. Most of the time miscommunication is not intentionally hurtful or rude. Use the right communication tools at the right time. Your method of communication should help – not hinder – the context and intent of your message…

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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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