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Did you start a new job with the New Year? If so, you may be wondering the best ways to not only manage the new job but also work with a new medical supervisor. No two people are alike and what worked for your previous boss may not work best with your current manager. Before… Read more »

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You may think that you’re a shoe-in for that internal interview, but experience has shown plenty of candidates that this isn’t the case. The way you interview, even in your own organization, will set the tone. Within a medical environment there may be additional considerations, such as your skills and the requirements for the job…. Read more »

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If you are looking for a job in the medical industry, you may not be thinking enough about your resume building skills. Your resume is your first impression with a potential employer and it is the one document that can stand in the way of a job opportunity. While people talk about business resumes all the… Read more »

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Burnout in the healthcare industry is pretty common. Many of the roles, especially those that interact directly with patients, are intensely stressful and can become challenging. If you feel that the rut is too deep and not something you can get past with some reflection and relaxation, it might be time to make a change… Read more »

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Are you in the market for a medical support position? Whether you have years of experience or are trying to break in at an entry level it is important that you present yourself well during the interview to land the job. Even the most experienced job seekers can improve their interviewing skills with time. Here… Read more »

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Graduation day is quickly approaching and for the class if 2015 that means it is time to start thinking about what next. If you’re like most students you’ve been evaluating your options or maybe you’ve known what you’ve wanted to be since you were a kid. No matter how prepared you think you are there… Read more »

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Think back to your first day on the job, whether it was yesterday or years ago. You couldn’t wait to get dressed in your scrubs and get to the unit. Your coworkers seemed friendly, helpful and generally awesome. You were nervous but excited and looking forward to all the opportunities ahead. On your way home,… Read more »

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So you’ve started a new medical job this year. How can you ensure that you are successful? Fewer items are out of your control than you might think. Currently it is believed that up to 20 percent of new employees leave a job before the end of the first 90 days. While management is looking… Read more »

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You have been told over and over again that networking is one of the quickest ways to a new career. When you do have names to share, what are the best ways to go about it? Name dropping can backfire as easily as it can succeed. Sometimes the process is easy and you’ll be asked… Read more »