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Use the Holidays to Refresh Your References

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The holiday season may or may not be the best time to submit resumes and reach out to potential employers. After all, many hiring managers are out of the office during this time, and for some companies, staffing and resume review take a low priority when measured against other year-end tasks. But while your resume… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for HR Pros

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For some of us, the end of the year means it’s time to renew our gym memberships or finally tackle our disorganized desks and closets. But for those in the HR field, this annual housecleaning and slate-clearing happens on a different level. This is the time to take a close look at staffing and management… Read more »

Medical Assistant Interview Questions: Be Ready

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Will you be ready for the tough questions during your medical assistant interview? Jobs are widely available in this field and salaries are typically stable, but the search can still be very competitive. When it comes to your interview performance, you’ll want to prepare ahead of time and outshine the other candidates in the pool…. Read more »

The Holidays are the Worst Time for Job Hunting… True or False?

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You’re ready to start submitting resumes and hitting your job search with everything you have… but the holiday season is on its way. Will winter weather, divided employer priorities, complex vacation schedules and other seasonal obstacles prevent your resume from getting a fair review? Some job search experts have put this theory forward, and restless… Read more »

Experience or Potential: Which is More Important in Healthcare Staffing?

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As you strike off in search of candidates for your open healthcare positions, you recognize that every position, every clinic, every office, and every hiring situation are unique. The needs of your staffing process can vary wildly on a single day, and even within a single department or area of need. But broad questions can… Read more »

The Importance of Being Flexible in Healthcare

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If you’re about to take your first steps onto the healthcare job market, you’ll need to include several items in your job search toolkit. You’ll a need a great resume, some trustworthy personal connections in the industry, the courage to reach out to these connections and ask them for help, and of course you’ll need… Read more »

Healthcare IT Jobs are On the Rise

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Five years ago, reliable job market forecasters and industry experts predicted a high and sustained increase in demand for positions in healthcare IT. Now it’s 2014, and even the most optimistic predictions for this sector have been met and exceeded. If you’re a job seeker in the IT field, or a student choosing a path… Read more »

Organizational Tips from Your Desk to Your Resume

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If you’ve ever glanced around your chaotic workspace or stared at a blank page and a blinking cursor for ages while struggling to get your thoughts together and start making headway on your resume, you aren’t alone. Tackling a new project is almost always a little daunting, but the first hurdle can be even harder… Read more »

Keeping Office Politics to a Minimum

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In most workplaces, a little healthy gossip can actually support morale and team cohesion. Coworkers only weave each other into the thread of their daily conversation after they’ve developed a form of intimacy, and inviting new employees in the gossip mill can actually make them feel welcome and included. Healthy gossip is also a pressure… Read more »

The Benefits of Pursuing a Career in Healthcare

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If you’re entering college this fall and you’re torn between various majors and courses of study, consider the benefits of pursing a degree in the healthcare field. And if you’ve already embarked on a career in another discipline and you think it might be time for a change, the healthcare industry might be the perfect… Read more »