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Find a Healthcare Job in 10 Steps

Find a Healthcare Job in 10 Steps

James Gonyea, Monster Contributing Writer

9. Accept or Reject the Job Offer

Mail a well-crafted letter to each employer upon notice of an offer or rejection. If responding to an offer, state your appreciation, repeat the offer terms and indicate when you will start your new job. You should respond to rejection letters to. Again, state your appreciation and how you can be of value should a relevant position open up.

10. Evaluate the Process

If you don’t land your target job, ask yourself these questions:

• Have I done everything necessary?
• How well did I accomplish each step?
• Where can I improve?

If you are still at a loss, seek professional assistance. A trained career counselor can often identify the cause of your problem and get you back on the road to success.

This article originally appeared on Monster Career Advice.

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