(93) Career Advice Articles

How Empathy Can Affect Stress Levels When Working in the Medical Field

In Career Advice
April 13, 2016

Guest post by David Miller Most people consider empathy to be a positive trait. People with a good sense of empathy have the ability to understand what other people are […]

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Continuing Education: The Best Places to Find CEUs Online

In Career Advice, Education
April 12, 2016

Are you searching for the best places to find continuing education units online to maintain your certifications? You’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ve scoured the web to find […]

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How to Turn Down a Job Offer

In Career Advice
March 22, 2016

Sometimes we luck out in our job hunt and have multiple offers on the table simultaneously, so its important to know how to turn down a job offer when you […]

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How to Quit Your Job & Maintain Relationships

In Career Advice
March 8, 2016

So, you’re ready to move on to the next opportunity and don’t know how to quit your job without upsetting anyone. Everyone has been there at some point during their […]

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Compassion Fatigue & How to Overcome It

In Career Advice
March 3, 2016

Compassion fatigue is a real problem in the healthcare industry. Professionals, particularly nurses, must fulfill a myriad of duties in addition to working extensively long hours. With the influx of new patients, thanks […]

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Top 10 Telecommuting Jobs for Medical Professionals

In Career Advice, Education
February 24, 2016

Telecommuting jobs are the wave of the future. Because of our technology, we can now work some jobs anywhere we want from our computers.

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Nurse Practitioners Have the Best Job in Healthcare

In Career Advice, Healthcare News, Nurse Practitioner
February 20, 2016

Nurse Practitioners are in high demand and have a fantastic job outlook through 2024. There is no doubt, for the education time and the range of specialty areas you get […]

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Employee Engagement & Improving Through Teamwork

In Career Advice
February 17, 2016

Employee engagement is at a stifling low of 32.5% and it doesn’t seem to be moving up anytime soon. The American people are obviously still not happy with their job […]

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Objective Criticism & How to Give It Effectively

In Career Advice
February 15, 2016

Objective criticism is constructive feedback using only unbiased opinions and facts instead of emotion or personal preference. It’s a great way for people to professionally and tactfully suggest improvements to […]

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Top 10 Allied Health Jobs That Only Need an Associate’s Degree

In Career Advice, Job Search
February 6, 2016

Allied health professionals usually provide support to physicians, dentists, and nurses. They deliver a range of care to patients that include many duties, such as: diagnosing, providing therapies, and delivering […]

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