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Writing Cover Letters for Nursing Jobs
%25 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 2 Comments
Why a Cover Letter is Necessary! The cover letter accompanying a resume creates a first impression of a nursing job applicant and motivates the employer to read the applicant’s resume. It is vital that job applicants write a strong, clear and concise cover letter that stand ...
Factors That Play In Nurse Pay
%16.666666666667 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 5 Comments
As more people pursue careers in nursing, salary research also increases. Most people ask general questions such as, \"what is the salary of a nurse\" or \"what are average nurse salaries.\" We\'ve seen, however, that many factors affect nurse salaries, including location, experien ...
Interviewing : Tips for Before, During and After
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 3 Comments
So, you landed an interview in the healthcare industry. Congratulations! Your Cover Letter and Resume did their job. Now it’s time to bring what was on that paper to life. Don’t be nervous. Take a deep breath. It’s your time to shine. Easier said than done, right? To help calm yo ...
Job Hunting - Get Philosophical
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 0 Comments
The Hunt Is On… You’re packing a powerful cover letter. Your shiny resume is cocked and ready. Now you sit and wait. Then all of a sudden you see it. The job. You set your sights. Pull the trigger. And BAM! What happened? Did you bag it…or did it get away? ...
Don’t Say That: Wrong Answers to Interview Questions
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 1 Comments
You’ve probably read tons of articles about what to do and say when interviewing for a healthcare position, but do you know what you  shouldn’t  do? Interview deal-breakers are usually subtle and frequently overlooked by the job-seeker. Your answers to interview questions are ...
Get Noticed, Get Hired
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Dana F. Minnesota, Minneapolis | 3 Comments
The job market does not look the same as it did 10 years ago and neither should your resume. According to CareerBuilder™, it has been predicted that as many as 84 percent of those currently employed will be looking for new jobs in 2011, up from only 35 percent in 2010. As a result, there ...
Earn Your Medical Laboratory Technician Degree To Be The Star Behind The Scenes
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Dana F. Minnesota, Minneapolis | 3 Comments
The  U.S. Department of Labor  projects a 30 percent increase in the number of healthcare positions between now and 2014-leaving room for new professionals to pursue a vast number of career paths in the industry. One of the many career paths one could pursue - in healthcare& ...
Writing Resumes
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 1 Comments
DID YOU KNOW: The average employer spends fewer than 10 seconds reading a resume? That means your resume has fewer than ten seconds to sell your skills and spark interest to a healthcare recruiter. Look at your resume right now. Do you think it can make the 10 second cut?   To help ...
Developing News in Nursing Careers
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Christina H. Ferndale, MI | 2 Comments
  Good news for those seeking employment in one of the most demanding career fields in America. The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently projected a 23 percent increase in nursing jobs from 2006 through 2016. This makes the possibilities for advancement within the nursing field almos ...
Providing and Managing Effective Healthcare
%0 Helpful | Submitted By Dana F. Minnesota, Minneapolis | 1 Comments
The healthcare industry is always changing. With new regulations, legislation, and technology coming out so rapidly, any facility that provides some kind of healthcare will need qualified individuals to manage all their business and legal aspects and help them offer high-quality care while remainin ...



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