Navigating Uncertain Times in Your Job

Navigating Uncertain Times in Your Job

Posted on 21. Jun, 2016 by .

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Every so often, uncertain times come to a large part of the economy. It might be a government shut down, severe weather, or a variety of other calamities can happen that affect your job. Even when uncertainty affects a small part of the economy, if it affects your job or the medical community, then you […]

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10 Things That Require Zero Talent

10 Things That Require Zero Talent

Posted on 16. Jun, 2016 by .

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Far too often in our careers we think that we need to go and get some training or education in order to become someone that other people want to hire. While it’s true that some jobs require specific training and education, no matter what job you have or would like to have there are a […]

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5 Ways Your Online Lifestyle Can Ruin a Career Opportunity

5 Ways Your Online Lifestyle Can Ruin a Career Opportunity

Posted on 14. Jun, 2016 by .

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Many people want to keep their “work lives” and their “personal lives” separate. However, with social media it has become more and more difficult to keep the two worlds from colliding. Today’s employers will look through social profiles in order to help them decide who would be a good candidate for a job position. The […]

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The Double Edged Sword of Social Media for Your Career

The Double Edged Sword of Social Media for Your Career

Posted on 09. Jun, 2016 by .

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When considering your future career prospects, there’s a good case to be made for and against the use of social media. In fact, it should be no surprise to find articles about “How Social Media Can Kill Your Career” and “How Social Media Can Make Your Career.” How do we reconcile the two? The reality […]

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How to Answer “Do You Have Questions for Me?” Like A Pro

How to Answer “Do You Have Questions for Me?” Like A Pro

Posted on 07. Jun, 2016 by .

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When you are finished with your interview, it is not uncommon for the interviewer to ask you one final question, “Do you have any questions for me?” This is one of the most dreaded questions an applicant may be asked at the end of the interview. There is a war that goes on inside most […]

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Cutting-Edge Healthcare IT Jobs

Cutting-Edge Healthcare IT Jobs

Posted on 02. Jun, 2016 by .

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10 years ago if you said you had a job implementing an electronic medical record (EMR if you prefer, and yes this was before the EHR term became in vogue), you’d really be at the cutting edge of technology being implemented in healthcare. Was there anything better in healthcare technology at that time? Maybe robotic […]

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8 Tips for Acing the Interview

8 Tips for Acing the Interview

Posted on 31. May, 2016 by .

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While a job interview can be scary, it doesn’t have to be hard to make a good impression. In fact, if you follow these 8 simple tips you will be able to make it through the interview without freaking out, impressing the employer, and be able to move forward with your job search process. Eye Contact: This is one […]

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Change Isn’t Always Better

Change Isn’t Always Better

Posted on 26. May, 2016 by .

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I’ve been talking to a number of people lately who are considering career moves. Between my social media connections and my healthcare IT job board, this should come as no surprise to anyone. In most cases, these are people who have jobs that are looking for something different or better. Very few of them are […]

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Simple Resume Mistakes to Avoid

Simple Resume Mistakes to Avoid

Posted on 24. May, 2016 by .

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What you need to remember is that when you come to apply for any position at a medical facility, your resume is their first impression of you. You might be the best person for the job but if your resume doesn’t showcase this in the right way, then you will seriously dent your chances of being successful. One […]

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Lesson in Leadership and Communication

Lesson in Leadership and Communication

Posted on 19. May, 2016 by .

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I’m a nerd and like to read venture capitalist blogs in my free time. One of my regular reads is Brad Feld. He recently shared a great story about leadership and communication called “Your Wall is Dingy” that I thought was worth sharing with this audience. We had just acquired a company (I don’t remember […]

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