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No doubt, you’ve probably noticed that receptionist and administrative assistant job titles are often used interchangeably — but they’re not the same thing. If you know you’re interested in this line of work, but aren’t sure which type of job to pursue, you’re not alone.  While the two jobs are similar in nature, administrative assistants tend… Read more »

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The COVID-19 crisis has — at least temporarily — changed life as we know it. Consequently, this has resulted in the creation of the COVID-19 Social Support Connector position.   Designed to assist local residents in need of a helping hand, this job is ideal for someone experienced with social work or public health who’s in the know about community resources. If you want… Read more »

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As a travel nurse, you have the opportunity to explore parts of the country you probably never imagined. This presents some pretty amazing opportunities, but with so many options, deciding where to take each assignment can feel a bit overwhelming.  It’s important to be flexible with your choices because you won’t always be able to check every box at… Read more »

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Whether you’re fresh out of nursing school or an experienced nurse looking for a change, you’re probably feeling both excited and nervous about this new opportunity. Here’s some advice to help you get acclimated.  5 Tips to Help You Get Started to Work a Travel Nurse  Be Prepared  Working as a travel nurse essentially means you’re starting… Read more »

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This has created the brand new position of temperature taker. In most cases, these professionals stand at the entrance to a building and conduct temperature screenings that ensure anyone with a fever does not gain admittance.  If you’re interested in a new job with the potential to help save lives, here’s a look at the responsibilities associated… Read more »

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You’re ready to find a new job, but you’re nervous about your resume gap. Whether you took time away from the workforce recently or several years ago, you know potential employers will notice, and you’re afraid it will work against you.  It’s time to stop stressing because this is much more common than you think. You know you’ll be… Read more »

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Nursing is a very broad field, with so much to offer. This is fantastic, as it affords a world of opportunity, but it can also make finding your path a bit challenging. Here’s a look at seven amazing specialties that could lead to your dream job.  Registered Nurse (RN)  If you’re interested in working with a variety… Read more »

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Finding a new nursing job is hard work. From searching through job postings to creating custom resumes and preparing for interviews, the mere thought of putting yourself out there can feel simultaneously exhausting and terrifying.  What you might not realize is you don’t have to navigate this process on your own. Staffing firms help nurses take… Read more »

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When working with a recruiter, many candidates mistake trying to present a polished front that doesn’t truly showcase who they are and what they want. However, your recruiter can only help you find the best position for your unique situation if you’re open and honest with them. Your recruiter wants you to succeed, so you… Read more »

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Interviewing for a job you really want can be very stressful. You know, in advance, you’ll be asked hard questions, and one of the most difficult is typically some form of “Describe your greatest strength/weakness.”  Like many job seekers, you probably dread this question. However, it’s actually a breeze, if you know the right way to answer… Read more »