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    The 10 Most Exciting Healthcare Careers

    The healthcare industry is filled with endless possibilities when it comes to choosing a career. You can work with patients or with papers, give a shot or give a shoulder to lean on. If you are interested in the healthcare field, there is a job to fit your deams and experience level. There are so many job in the healthcare ...
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    Quiz Series: Find Your Healthcare Niche

    Quiz Series: Find Your Healthcare Niche
    Are you interested in a career in the healthcare industry but don't know where to start? Don't fret. AllHealthcare is here to help. We have developed a series of mini-quizzes to assist you in finding the right healthcare job. Jump in and find your healthcare niche!      Radiologic Technologist      Massage Therapist      Physical Therapist      Occupational ...
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    Find Your Summer Healthcare Internship

    Find Your Summer Healthcare Internship
    Summer is the perfect time to get started on your path toward a career in health care, or gain more experience. An internship allows you to get real-world experience and beef-up your resume at the same time. Schools and employers value internship experience because it means you are dedicated to your career and are willing to go above-and-beyond. While most internships ...
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    10 Tips For Nailing A Physical Therapy Job Interview

    10 Tips For Nailing A Physical Therapy Job Interview
    So you've got an interview scheduled for a Physical Therapy job, or you're still searching but you're coming close? Congratulations! The chances are you won't be the only candidate, so you need something to set you apart. Just follow these 10 Tips For Nailing A Physical Therapy Job Interview and you'll have a great advantage over your competitors who won't be ...
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    Is This the Right Job for Me?

    Is This the Right Job for Me?
    What a relief! Your first job offer. But before you say "yes," think about whether it's the right job for you. Start by asking your prospective employer for some time before you make your decision. Anywhere from a few days to a week is acceptable. Take that time to figure out what's most important to you and weigh the job against ...
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    Preparing for Success on the Job

    Preparing for Success on the Job
    Hey, looking good! That new designer suit makes you look like a runway model on the way to a Fortune 500 job. Once you've graduated, you'll take on the working world in style. But will you be able to prove that you're not just another pretty face? Here are a few skills you'll want to develop before you get out into ...
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    Evaluate a Healthcare Job Offer

    Evaluate a Healthcare Job Offer
    You've just been offered your first professional job in the real world. You breathe a sigh of relief: The search is over. Unfortunately, it's not. In many ways, the real work, deciding whether this job is really the one for you, is just about to begin. Looking for a job after college is difficult enough. Deciding on a job offer when ...
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    Three Steps to a Successful Job Interview

    Three Steps to a Successful Job Interview
    You've made it to the interview stage! But before you step through that door, make sure you know the basic steps of a successful job interview. Preparation - Learn about the company and the position. Check their Web site, use online corporate directories such as Hoovers.com or Yahoo Finance, or request information from the company's public relations department. Your school's reference ...
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    Interview Prep for New Grads

    Interview Prep for New Grads
    The best way to ace your next interview is to make sure you’re prepared. Follow these steps to get ready. Research the Company/Organization in Depth Your interviewer will expect you to know quite a bit about his organization. So at a minimum, browse the organization's Web site, read as many of its marketing materials as you can, and look for articles ...
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    Compensation Advice for New Grads: Look at the Perks

    Compensation Advice for New Grads: Look at the Perks
    Don't be so focused on salary that you overlook key benefits like health insurance, retirement-plan contributions, and time off. Almost 1.5 million new grads will enter the workforce this summer. If you've got good grades, did some internships, and have some job-search savvy, you very well may have your choice of offers. But don't flunk your first real-world test by incorrectly ...
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    Big Cities, Big Bucks: Biggest Employers in America's Top Ten Cities

    Usually a job’s not a dream job unless it’s in your dream place, right? Find out what city suits your style. AllHealthcare has profiled America’s ten biggest cities to help you find out what the average salaries are in each of the top ten and who the biggest employers are for two occupations: medical assistants and healthcare managers. In most cities ...
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    AllHealthcare's Guide to the Best-Paying Cities for Medical Assistants

    Want to know where medical assistants make the most money? This list of the top ten metro areas that pay the highest salaries to medical assistants will show you where to find the best-paying jobs in this profession. It's good to narrow your focus, because there are more than 400,000 medical assistants in the U.S. today and this job is ...
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    AHC's Hottest Health Employers

    Want the best work life you can get? If your passion is to work at a place that is truly satisfying – with the best salaries, benefits and professional standards – then you’ll want to know the companies in “AllHealthCare’s Hottest Health Employers.” AllHealthCare created the Hottest Health Employers list to help you find the best companies to work for, coast ...
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    Write for Us

    Got a blog, a book or training materials to share with the AllHealthCare community? *Bloggers and Authors* We can give your work exposure to a wider audience as a Featured Writer on our site. Tell us about your blog or book and send us your url. Then we'll get back to you about the next steps. We are interested in all ...
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    How Can AllHealthcare Help You?

    Who Are We? Welcome to AllHealthcare, an independently run hub for the healthcare community. We’re not an anonymous job board or a generic list of healthcare systems and clinics – we’re something new and different: a place where your lifelong healthcare career needs come home to roost. Whether you’re considering a healthcare career or you're a veteran employee, our aim is ...
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    Sample Resume for a Physical Therapist

    To be the successful job candidate in any field, it helps to have a comprehensive resume. View our sample resume for a physical therapist here (PDF format).
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    What Grey's Anatomy Character Are You? A Career Guide

    Healthcare careers - so many professions, so few lifetimes. With an associate, bachelor or advanced degree you can jump on the fast track to find job satisfaction so many ways. To help you cut to the chase, we've put together this guide, using the characters on Grey's Anatomy, to help point you toward specific allied healthcare careers that best suit ...
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    The First Step to Finding Your Dream Job

    The First Step to Finding Your Dream Job
    There's no formula that works for everyone, so be as specific as you can when figuring out what the job you've always fantasized about really is We know it's possible, even if we haven't read The Four-Hour Work Week yet. We know people in our neighborhoods or we've seen people on TV who have dream jobs, so we know they exist. ...
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    Personality and the Perfect Job

    Personality and the Perfect Job
    Author Kip Parent talks about how understanding your temperament will lead to more rewarding and successful employment I recently spoke with Kip Parent, the chief executive officer of Keirsey.com, about personality and personality profiling. David Keirsey's book, Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament Types (with Marilyn Bates) has sold millions of copies since it was first published in 1978. The Keirsey ...
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    Schmooze, Whether You Like It or Not

    Schmooze, Whether You Like It or Not
    Networking comes easily to some. The rest of us should get past the fear that this art of chitchat is one-sided and somehow inappropriate I don't remember many speakers from junior high assembly (like many people I know, I tend to block out that period in general), but one guy has always stuck in my memory. He was a polished-looking, smooth-talking ...
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