Posted on 30. Jul, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
It is very easy to think that, when you have sent out hundreds of resumes, those resumes disappear into thin air. However, if you post your resume online or email it in response to a job ad, your resume usually gets stored in a database. This database could be a job aggregator like Career Builder, […]
I remember as a child that I always wanted to be a leader. I always aspired to be the CEO or President of something. I didn’t really know what that meant, but I always wanted to be the leader. I thought that sounded really cool. If I’m looking back on it now, I probably just […]
A job search or career change is like building a home: both require thought, research, and careful planning to be successful. When you look at blueprints for a custom-built home, you see the wisdom of many experts compiled to create the perfect house. Codes and construction standards, design details and homeowner’s dreams — it’s all […]
We regularly like to take a look at the top healthcare IT searches on our Healthcare IT job board. This is one of the great things about having the leading healthcare IT job board paired with the leading healthcare IT career blog. We get some great insights into what’s happening in the industry. Here’s a […]
There are plenty of great resources out there with interview questions. In fact, there are so many that it’s hard to know which ones are really good and which ones aren’t. I say this to both employers who want to have some good interview questions to find the right people and also to those seeking […]
There are a lot of really amazing leaders in healthcare IT. There’s something about the healthcare profession in general that creates a culture of helping other people over yourself. Many people get into healthcare because of this very fact. That often means that leaders already have this attribute. However, it’s not universal. I guess that’s […]
James Caan recently shared 5 habits that could get you fired. I thought they were worth sharing with the Healthcare IT community: Lack of manners Over-promising and under-delivering Lack of poker face Anti-social behaviour Being a glass half empty kind of person I’m not sure I agree with all of the points. For example, I don’t […]
When you sit down for that job interview, the last thing you want to be worried about is what you are wearing. That choice should have been made a few days beforehand, if possible, to give you time to put together an “interview outfit” that gives confidence.You want to make sure that you are dressing […]
Posted on 30. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
Techcrunch put together a great post which listed 9 questions you should ask before you accept a startup job. Here’s the list of questions: Has the CEO built a business before? Does the company have good funding? Do you believe in the vision? Do you believe in their latest round valuation? What can you learn? […]
Many people have the dream of working from home. Working from home sounds very desirable to many people, whether it’s to cut down on the expense of the gas necessary to get back and forth from work or because you have a small child that you hope to be able to take care while working […]
I was recently reading Venture Valkyrie’s blog where she talks about Jobs of the Future: Not Only for Robots. Here’s a section of the blog post which stood out. So if those jobs are going away and machines run the world of money and more, where are the opportunities for our kids and those now […]