(123) Career Advice Articles

The Life of a Medical Scribe

In Career Advice
November 9, 2016

Are you a student who is interested in becoming a doctor or a physician assistant? For many medical and PA schools, relevant experience is a key factor in the application […]

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Employment Contracts in Healthcare & What You Need to Know

In Career Advice
November 8, 2016

Written employment contracts are commonplace in the healthcare industry, particularly regarding high-level physician and administrative positions.

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How to Negotiate a Salary in the Healthcare Field

In Career Advice, Salary
October 28, 2016

Many potential new employees do not consider the option of negotiating their salary when they receive a job offer. A recent survey from Salary.com found that one in five people […]

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A Medical Resident’s Guide to Surviving On-Call, Night Float, and Night Shifts

In Career Advice, Education
October 26, 2016

Are you about to embark on your first night on-call? Whether it’s your first (or second or third) buddy or solo shift, you may be worried about what you could […]

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Interviewing Tips for Healthcare Professionals

In Career Advice
October 20, 2016

The job market today can be rough, so stay on top of your game with these interviewing tips for healthcare professionals before meeting with the next recruiter.

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Tips for Recent Nursing Graduates

In Career Advice, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse
October 20, 2016

Congratulations! You have made it through nursing school, passed the NCLEX exam, and now finally have the privilege of putting those two, hard-earned letters, “RN”, after your name. A lot […]

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5 Types of Physical Therapy Jobs You May Not Know About

In Career Advice, Physical Therapist
October 17, 2016

The medical field offers an immense number of amazing career opportunities. While nearly everyone knows about the wide range of specialties and subspecialties for physicians, one of the most diverse medical careers […]

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A New Doctor’s Guide to Paying Off Medical School Debt

In Career Advice, Physician, Psychiatrist & Psychologist
October 13, 2016

It’s no secret that medical school is costly — in 2015, the average new medical school graduate had accumulated around $180,000 in debt. Including interest, this number inflates even further.

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The 5 Most Unique Healthcare Jobs

In Career Advice
October 11, 2016

When most think of healthcare jobs and hospital careers, positions like surgeon, nurse, or pediatrician quickly come to mind. While these are fantastic jobs, there are many other interesting opportunities within the […]

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How to Choose a Career

In Career Advice
October 4, 2016

One of the most difficult challenges people face is deciding on which career is the right fit for them individually, especially if you’re young with your whole life in front […]

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