Posts Categorized: Job Seeker

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As you leave your academic life and clinical rotations behind and enter the job market, you’ll need to find a way to differentiate yourself from your peers. Recent graduates, by nature, don’t have much experience in hospital or private practice settings, so they typically need to rely on their unique traits and academic accomplishments in… Read more »

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Far too often, the interests of the manufacturing industry are overlooked by legislators, lawmakers and voters due to general misconceptions about what manufacturing means and what it represents to the economy and society as a whole. Just as often, younger workers and students neglect to consider this industry as they contemplate their future careers and… Read more »

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If the November blahs are starting to get you down and you’re waiting for the cheer of the holidays to drift in and break up your feelings of isolation and job search frustration, you’re not alone. Most job seekers start to lose focus around the end of the year, and staying on track can be… Read more »

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As a nursing candidate, you already know that your potential employers are looking for a highly specialized set of clinical skills. Your education, experience and target positions may focus on pediatric cardiology, geriatrics, ICU care, orthopedic surgery, or any number of specific technical and clinical areas. But in addition to your ability to replace a… Read more »

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Your interview is scheduled for next week, and you’re feeling prepared, optimistic, and confident…more or less. You know you’re a great fit for this job, but you still to make your case and close the deal without any hitches or blunders. Of course you’ll be practicing your elevator pitch, choosing your attire carefully and getting… Read more »

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As you consider pursuing a specific job or signing on with a specific employer, you won’t be focusing solely on what you have to offer. It’s important to impress your interviewer and direct her attention to your skills and talents…But it’s just as important to turn the spotlight in the other direction. What can this… Read more »

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You just completed your final coursework and graduated from your BSN program with your diploma in hand. Congratulations! Or maybe you just finished your LPN program or associates degree, and after passing your state exams, you’ve earned your license and you’re on your way. In either case, academia is now behind you and the working… Read more »

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If you enjoy helping people protect their health and wellness, overcome physical limitations, and recover from illness and injury, it’s never too late to consider a career in the healthcare field. Even if you’ve already worked your way down a long winding path in a completely different field, this transition is well within your reach…. Read more »

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You’re a hardworking, dedicated employee with the training and experience you need in order to excel in your target job. You know this is true, and your resume highlights your strongest credentials in well-written, professionally formatted subsections. As you walk in the door and sit down for your interview (printed resume in hand), your elevator… Read more »

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Nursing positions are available in almost every major metropolitan area right now, and in some rural and underserved parts of the country, nursing shortages are actually reaching crisis proportions. So if you’re about to set your sites on nursing position at almost any level, in almost any area of specialization, job availability probably won’t be… Read more »