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The medical industry is experiencing rapid growth with the use of technology. The internet boom has also made it easier to share ideas and information. With widespread awareness of what could be awaiting them as soon as they can handle patients, many take advantage of internships, volunteering, and service-learning.  Medical professionals take years of study to accumulate the knowledge of treating various ailments and conditions. Yet...
Looking for a job is a time-consuming experience?  According to  Money , it takes around 65 days for employees to fill healthcare roles - time you could use doing something else. This situation is ushering in a host of apps that promise to save job seekers time. The idea here is mainly to automate many of the tasks that get in the way of your job hunting. Some apps directly relate to the search process itself - such as...
As a health professional, you often have opportunities to work overseas. US-based training gives your resumé the gravitas it needs to land roles practically anywhere in the world. Many medics like the idea of working in Europe and experiencing life in the Old World. Somehow, it seems more romantic and mysterious than staying home. But which European cities are actually worth going to? That’s a tougher question....
Image by  digital designer  from  Pixabay   Are you a registered or licensed practical nurse? Do you have over a year of nursing experience? Do you love new challenges and adventures? You may find that travel nursing can meet all these needs. Have you ever wondered, “how does travel nursing work?” Keep reading for answers to frequently asked questions all about travel nursing. What Is Travel Nursing...
Everyone loves vacations, but did you know they're actually good for your health? It's true. In fact, a vacation can make you more productive at work. Yet, the  50% of Americans  who aren't planning a vacation this year say it's because they can't afford it.  So, why pay for a vacation when you can do the opposite? As a traveling nurse, you can get paid to travel to new and exciting locations throughout the country. ...
In today's competitive world, you're prepared to do whatever it takes to get ahead in your professional life. To be specific, you're ready to forge a new career path in the healthcare industry. First, though, you need to get some education and training under your belt. That's why you're researching potential healthcare educational programs throughout the world. In particular, you want to study abroad for this healthcare degree. Well,...
Healthcare professionals have many options for places to live and practice. As long as a location is reasonably well populated and has at least one decent-sized facility, they should consider living there. Here, we'll focus on the best mountain towns. Mountain towns and cities make great places to live. The climate is generally temperate, and the views never disappoint. We'll look especially at smaller communities, some of which can draw a...
The healthcare industry is  the biggest employer  in the whole of the United States. In fact, back in 2016, it employed an enormous  21.8 million people  in professions, from doctors to psychiatrists to at-home carers. These professions give you the opportunity to help people while earning a living so what’s not to like? However, they also have a reputation for being very demanding jobs. This is why ...