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As you complete your resume and apply for positions in the healthcare field, you want your employers to know what you can handle. And to do this, you’ll have to show them what you’ve already handled in the past, possibly hundreds of times. You’ll have to explain that you’ve been immersed in this profession for… Read more »

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The search for high level administrative talent and the search for entry and mid-level candidates are not exactly the same. In both cases, you need self-directed, committed employees who are willing and able to work hard and learn new things. But at lower levels, most jobs come with a bit of a ramp-up period and… Read more »

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Hiring in the manufacturing sector dropped rapidly during the recent economic downturn and hit record lows in 2010. Since that point, numbers have been steadily rising, but they still aren’t quite in line with where they should be, and as they search for an explanation, experts are turning their attention toward a skills gap. According… Read more »

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You’re about to leave your current employer. Maybe you’ve been on the market for a while, attending interview after interview. Or maybe an opportunity recently appeared on your landscape without warning, and you decided to make a grab for that brass ring. But in either case, you’re ready to accept your new offer and say… Read more »

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When you hire new members of your nursing staff, you know your new employees have the education, experience and training they need to excel in their specific positions. Your staffing program is strong, so when you choose a candidate, you know that your candidate is ready to step into his or her role and make… Read more »

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Manufacturing jobs often come with high turnover, and this often happens for reasons that integral to the job and can’t be changed. For example, some manufacturing positions are physically demanding, by nature, and employees leave within a short time in order to protect their health. Some manufacturing positions can be boring or unfulfilling, which may… Read more »

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A recently released Careerbuilder study compiled employment figures from over 90 independent sources in order to assess the future of the non-desk job, and fortunately, the outlook seems bright. During the last few decades of our digital age, we witnessed the rise of the desk job and the concurrent rise of the desk-job lifestyle. Most… Read more »

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During your job interview, most savvy employers will focus the conversation on your strengths and the skills and talents you might be able to offer to the organization. They might ask you specific questions about your readiness for the role and your experience with similar types of work in the past. But some interviewers like… Read more »

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You earned your credentials as an RN or LPN years ago, and after completing your exams and clinical training, you stepped into the profession and started learning the ropes and making a name for yourself. But for one reason or another, you left the field for a few years. Now you’re ready to head back… Read more »

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Just as you were finally figuring out how to manage and motivate the quirky, loveable, talented, ambitious digital natives of Generation Y, it’s time to say hello to the new kids in the office. Move over millennials, and make way for Generation Z! (Actually, millennials aren’t moving over—They’re moving up. These once-new grads and office… Read more »