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4 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Your Dream Healthcare Job

There it is. Your dream healthcare job is open right before your eyes. All you have to do to is quickly complete the online application and cross your fingers for a call-back. Sounds simple, right? Wrong. Your application materials are the very first impression you make on recruiters and hiring managers. They can tell whether you’ve put hours or mere minutes into your application. Here are four mistakes that job seekers who rush their application make, according to The Muse.

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Looking for a Healthcare Job? Follow These 7 Tips

If you’re job searching, respect and common courtesy should ALWAYS be top of mind. Your behavior, attitude and manners all contribute to the impression you make on those involved in the hiring process. The last thing you want to do is tarnish your reputation. To ensure that you’ll impress those involved throughout the hiring process, here are seven tips to adhere to, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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5 Things Not To Do Post-Interview

You’ve probably been here before: you’ve been keeping your eye on a certain employer for months; finally, your dream job opens up and you apply; the employer invites you in for an interview; the interview goes well – you answered all of the hiring manager’s questions succinctly and had a great rapport with each other. The interview ends and now the waiting game begins…

Here are five things you should NOT do while waiting, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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Our NAHCR IMAGE 2015 Conference Experience

The Health Career Center exhibited at the National Association for Health Care Recruiters (NAHCR) IMAGE Conference, July 21-24 in New Orleans, LA. We also presented a session entitled New and Shifting Healthcare Roles of the Future, which emphasized the evolution of existing healthcare roles and creation of new roles resulting from the changes happening in healthcare.

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