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Regardless of the size of your organization or your position, it’s a reality in today’s workplace that your job will probably require you to wear many hats and to work smarter, not harder. You may find yourself responsible for multiple departments or teams in several different locations. That’s why it’s more critical than ever that… Read more »

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Occupational Therapy | Practicing Empathy

Occupational therapists help people overcome physical and mental problems that are the result of disability, injury, aging or illness. Most successful OTs exhibit a number of shared professional traits including patience, enthusiasm, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, an interest in working with people, and being goal-oriented. However, “goal-oriented” can sometimes mean an OT becomes so… Read more »

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You just started a new temp job, and you’re really excited about it. The company seems great, and the position is a perfect match for your skills and interests — so you’re hoping to make it a long-term arrangement. Many employers prefer to trial-run new hires temporarily before offering them a permanent position. This provides… Read more »

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As a healthcare professional, it’s almost inevitable that the past two years have been the busiest and most stressful of your career. Therefore, taking breaks might seem like a luxury you can’t afford, but they’re more important than you probably realize. Stopping to rest throughout your shift is essential to your health because your body… Read more »

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You’ve been a nurse for a while now, and you can’t imagine a better job. You’re happy enough where you are, but you’re thinking about shaking things up by becoming a travel nurse. Enjoy the best of both worlds by continuing to do the job you’re passionate about while embarking on a new adventure. Here’s… Read more »

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Being a nurse is your passion, but you’re ready for something more than your current job. Whether the care facility you’re in is a poor fit, you’re looking to focus on a specialty, or you’re ready to find a more senior-level position, you’re in the market for a new job. Sure, you can get a… Read more »

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You’ve just earned your Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and gained all the necessary licenses to practice in your state, so now it’s time to find a job. The thought of finally getting to work as a physical therapist is beyond exciting, but getting hired is a little more complex than you imagined. Despite landing… Read more »

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Being an occupational therapist is your dream. Helping patients develop, improve, and recover essential life skills is something you find beyond rewarding — but there are many different ways to have a career in this field. Whether you’re a recent graduate or have years of experience working in a traditional occupational therapy role, you’re interested… Read more »

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Chances are, you became a nurse because you wanted to help others. However, it’s important to make sure you’re also taking care of yourself at work. As a busy nurse, you’re focused on patients throughout your shift, but don’t let your guard down and forget about the risks associated with your job. Here’s a little… Read more »

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You’re in the market for a new nursing position, but so far, you’re hearing crickets. If you haven’t updated your nursing resume in awhile, this is likely why you’re not generating interest for the types of positions you want. Ensuring your nursing resume is as updated as possible is important, because you want potential employers… Read more »