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How to Write Resumes for Robots

How to Write Resumes for Applicant Tracking Systems |

If you are like most job seekers, you see an ad online, email your résumé…and never hear anything back. It is common to feel intensely frustrated with this situation. With the advent of Applicant Tracking Systems (or ATS), less than […]

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Are House Calls for You?

Are House Calls for You? |

Not sure which practice model is right for you? An increasing number of physicians are looking toward a growing specialty that has its roots in the past. If you don’t think doctors make house calls anymore, think again. Home care physicians […]

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What really motivates physicians in training?

Editors note: Today we are sharing a new medical cartoon called The Elephant in the OR. This comic is the creation of 4th year medical student Mikael Plymoth, and is reprinted here at Healthcare Career Resources with express permission. In today’s strip […]

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Avoiding Unprofessional & Illegal Interview Questions

Avoiding Unprofessional & Illegal Interview Questions

When you work in healthcare, you often spend as much (or more) time with your co-workers as you spend with your family. Therefore, you want to make sure that the people you hire can perform the job and interact well […]

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Client Spotlight – CEP America

In our newest edition of our client spotlight series, we spoke with Adam LaFevers, who manages candidate sourcing for CEP America. CEP America is a leading practice management organization that has successfully managed hospital-based physician group practices across the Acute Care Continuum since […]

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10 Things to Know to Survive Your Medical Residency

Ten Things to Know to Survive Your Medical Residency |

You graduated medical school and are officially an MD or DO. The funny thing is, you may not feel ready to be responsible for other peoples’ lives just yet. But guess what?  You are responsible. The good news is, you’re […]

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Nurses who fight the flu shot

forced flu shots

The flu shot reminders started in August this year at my hospital. “Flu shot season is approaching! Reminder: flu shots are mandatory for continued employment.” In my hospital system, and at thousands of others across the country, nurses are required […]

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