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A Few Tips for Nurses Looking for Employment This Winter

The demand for healthcare professionals remains at an all-time high. One of the main reasons is that as Baby Boomers age, they require more medical attention. And the Generation X population is right behind them. All of which is good news for nurses looking to move on or move up in their healthcare careers. But… Read more »

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What to Do When You Didn’t Land your Dream Job

You’ve just finished interviewing for a great opportunity that ticks off all of your dream job boxes. You like the hiring manager, she seems to like you and you’re already fantasizing about how to decorate your new workspace when… …you receive the dreaded rejection email. What!? How could they not hire you? You’re perfect. Who… Read more »

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4 Common Myths About a Career In Nursing Management Registry

Being a nurse continues to be an excellent career path. Today nurses are the key to quality medical care and improve the quality of life on a regular basis. Without nurses – whether in the hospital, clinic, ER or private practice – it’s unlikely that many of us would get the quality treatment we’ve come… Read more »

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3 Ways to Improve Your Morning Routine Management Registry

For many people, a “morning routine” means hitting the snooze button a couple of times, jumping out of bed, showering, gulping down a few cups of coffee while checking their phone, and running out the door. That’s not a routine – it’s a recipe for disaster. Having a proper morning routine is said to boost… Read more »

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3 Reasons to Consider Becoming a Surgical Technician

Surgical technologists (also known as operating room technicians or scrub techs) are important members of the operating team. They work alongside surgeons and nurses in the operating room – making sure patients are ready for surgery, ensuring that every piece of equipment is sterilized and working perfectly, and being ready when the surgical team asks… Read more »

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4 Ways Employees Can Prioritize Their Mental Health This Fall

It’s no secret that the past couple of years have been stressful on a variety of fronts. COVID-19 has been a real mental roller coaster and many employers and employees are still trying to figure out where they go from here. How bad has it been? In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, it was… Read more »

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Nurses: Master These 3 Resume Skills to Land the Job you Want

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics documents that the healthcare field, including nursing, is growing with an abundance of available jobs across the country. Though there are excellent opportunities for RNs, NPs, Allied Health Professionals, and other health workers, that doesn’t mean employers aren’t being selective about whom they hire. Most hiring managers only spend… Read more »

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How to Ensure a Healthy Work/Life Balance

Life can be stressful. And thanks to a worldwide pandemic, stress levels for many workers have been at an all-time high. One way to cope is to focus on proper work/life balance. Mastering this technique is an important way to help reduce stress while preventing burnout in the workplace. For many workers chronic stress is one of the… Read more »

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5 Career Opportunities for Allied Health Professionals

With summer upon us, you may think that now isn’t the time to be searching for a job. But the fact it, right now is a great time to be an Allied Healthcare Professional looking for that next great opportunity! Here’s why. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, (BLS) the allied health… Read more »

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How a Different Approach to Multitasking Can Make You More Efficient

Before we discuss whether or not multitasking is a best practice, let’s define the term: Multitasking is attempting to do more than two things simultaneously.  But is multitasking really a good way to go about your work day? Many managers and workers think it is. But according to various experts, our brains don’t handle multitasking… Read more »