I recently came across this graphic that shows the top 50 companies to work for according to data from Indeed. Check out the list of 50 companies below: Interestingly, there were no health IT companies on the list. Well, unless you consider Google and Apple and other IT companies like that health IT companies. I […]
Posted on 15. Sep, 2016 by John Lynn.
I’m always shocked at how many people downplay the power of social media in their health IT job search. Far too many people think that social media is about Kim Kardashian and the latest politics (which it is) and nothing more. Turns out that social media is as all-encompassing as culture itself. It covers pretty […]
Posted on 13. Sep, 2016 by John Lynn.
Making use of data is what data engineers do. As more software creates more data, more companies will need more data engineers. But, according to a newly released report by Stitch and Galvanize, there are only 6,500 self-reported data engineers but more than 6,600 job openings in the San Francisco Bay area alone. That’s a […]
Posted on 08. Sep, 2016 by John Lynn.
Every so often we like to feature a healthcare IT job that might be of interest to readers. Today, we’re featuring the Nurse Manager – Nursing Informatics job that was recently posted on Healthcare IT Central. This position is at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic. Here’s a look at what they’re looking for from this position: […]
This turns out to be a really great question for leaders, but it’s also a really great question for your life. When did you last ask what the “why” was for your organization? When was the last time you asked yourself “why” you’re doing the work you do? If you don’t know the answer, it’s […]
There’s a great interview with Rebecca Quammen on Healthcare Informatics that talks about Health IT staffing challenges that are likely familiar to many who read this blog. Here’s one part of her interview that likely hits home to many HR directors at hospitals that are trying to fill IT roles: There also is a huge […]
Everyone one of us in life faces challenges. Some of those challenges are large and some of those challenges are small. What’s universal is that we all have challenges. Turns out that the most decorated Olympic athlete, Michael Phelps has challenges as well: One of the beauties of life is that we can overcome our […]
Maybe I’m still on my Olympic kick, but I’ve been thinking a lot about the power of teams and how many of the most powerful teams are often not formally a team. Watching the Olympics you often see the athletes thanking their team for getting them to where they were able to achieve greatness in […]
If you’re like me, you’re now entering a depressed state as you think about what you’re going to do in the evenings now that the Olympics is over. I love the Olympics and the thing I love most about the Olympics is seeing people achieve the pinnacle of success in their chosen sport. It’s an […]
It’s painful to watch job seekers make some of the same mistakes over and over again. Turns out that Bernard Marr feels the same way and has created this list of 20 mistakes that people keep making (Again, and again). Typos on your resume. Waiting for the job to come to you. Relying on job […]
Every so often we like to feature a healthcare IT job that might be of interest to readers. Today, we’re featuring the Independent Sales Rep job that was recently posted on Healthcare IT Central. The job is listed as confidential since they’re a startup that wants to keep things quiet, but we know who they […]