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    Your Guide to Government Healthcare Jobs

    Your Guide to Government Healthcare Jobs
    The healthcare industry is expanding at an impressive rate, and many of the estimated 3.6 million new jobs will be in the government sector. The federal government already employs hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals in a variety of departments from Veterans' Affairs to Nutrition Policy to Health and Human Services. Working for the federal government has plenty of perks and ...
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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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    7 Job Search Time Wasters and How to Avoid Them

    Looking for a job is, indeed, a full time job. And like any full time job, you probably waste a lot of time either completing tasks, or between them. The difference is, when you’re looking for work, you don’t have a boss to answer to. You are only accountable to yourself — and let’s face it, you kind of favor ...
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    5 Interview Types and How to Ace Them

    All interviews were not created equal. Depending on the role, the industry and the ruthlessness of your potential employer, you may encounter one – or a combination – of the common interview types. Each one is unique, and demands a tailored approach to its preparation. Lucky for you, we've identified the five most common interview methods. We'll give you the ...
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    Cover Letters: Don't Bother

    Cover Letters: Don't Bother
    In my daily search for information on job interviews, resumes and cover letters, I tend to see the same advice: Don’t make your resume more than one page, get prepared for the interview, and always send a cover letter. Always. But yesterday I came across someone that says something completely different. His basic philosophy is: "Cover letters? Don't bother." David Silverman ...
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    AllHealthcare Featured Writers

    [photo:63419] GOOD Magazine GOOD is the integrated media platform for people who want to live well and do good. We are a company and community for the people, businesses, and NGOs moving the world forward. GOOD's mission is to provide content, experiences, and utilities to serve this community. GOOD currently produces a website, videos, live events, and a print magazine. ...
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    Use AllHealthcare to Improve Your Job Search

    Use AllHealthcare to Improve Your Job Search
    AllHealthcare's job search capabilities offer more than meets the eye. We can help you find exactly the jobs you are looking for - this article will help you get the most out of your search for healthcare jobs. Seven Ways AllHealthcare Can Boost Your Job Seach Whether you know what you want, or you are haven't found your healthcare career path ...
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    Put Your Education to Work on Your Resume

    Put Your Education to Work on Your Resume
    Whether you're a Harvard-educated MBA or recently obtained your GED, you can use your resume's education section to outshine your competition. If you are unsure about the best way to present your education, here are some common scenarios and strategies: h4. Where to Place Education? The best placement depends on what you are trying to emphasize. • Place experience before education ...
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    10 Reasons to Get Into a Healthcare Career

    10 Reasons to Get Into a Healthcare Career
    Looking for a career with legs? Here's why healthcare is a great choice. 1. You’ll be in demand! Healthcare is the fastest growing job sector in the workforce. According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2004, of the 30 fastest growing occupations in the entire labor market, about half are jobs in the allied health fields. ...
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    The 10 Worst Job-Search Tips Ever

    The 10 Worst Job-Search Tips Ever
    Nearly every day, someone sends me a bit of astounding job-search advice from a blog or a newsletter. Some of this advice seems to come directly from the planet X-19, and some of it seems to have been made up on the spot. Here are 10 of my favorite pieces of atrocious job-search advice, for you to read and ignore at ...
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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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    Get a Job in Healthcare Without a Health-Related Degree

    Get a Job in Healthcare Without a Health-Related Degree
    Maybe you realized you had a passion for healthcare in the second semester of your senior year of college, when you had already spent four years as a Comparative Literature major. Or maybe you decided, after ten years as an accountant, that you needed a change of pace and had a desire to become a nurse. Whatever your story, you are ...
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    Six Must-Ask Interview Questions

    Six Must-Ask Interview Questions
    Interviewing can be a gut-wrenching process. Most books on how to interview list hundreds of questions you need to be ready to answer, but few talk about the questions you need to ask. Take more control at your next interview by asking some pointed questions of your own. Here are six must-ask questions and why you should know the answers. [widget:interview_quiz_widget] ...
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    Sweet Perks in Health Care: Average = $25,000+

    Sweet Perks in Health Care: Average = $25,000+
    Forgiving student loans, super benefits and cash bonuses are just some of the incentives a recent survey found widely available to new hires in health care. Health insurance benefits, relocation reimbursement and signing bonuses could easily add up to more than $25,000, not including student loan forgiveness or additional professional training. The 2007 study, conducted by Martin, Fletcher, looked at more ...
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    What Not to Say During an Interview

    The truth is most people sabotage their own interviews. Instead of putting their best foot forward, they put off the interviewer by acting cocky, unsure of their talent, having bad manners, or by simply acting weird. AllHealthcare has interviewed several recruitment experts to bring you unbelievable true stories of what actually happens behind closed doors. If you want to land ...
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    Stalk Your Way to a New Job

    Stalk Your Way to a New Job
    The internet has made stalkers out of all of us. You know exactly what I'm talking about. But instead of stalking your ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend, consider using your newfound detective skills for more productive (i.e. less emotionally jarring) purposes, like snagging the job of your dreams. Interested in a company and need to find a person to contact? Google away. Trying ...
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    Resume Tips for Physical Therapy Professionals

    Resume Tips for Physical Therapy Professionals
    While opportunities abound for physical therapy (PT) professionals, hiring managers often review piles of resumes to fill just one opening. Make sure yours makes the final cut by following these tips and reviewing this sample resume for a PT. Take Stock Before you create or revamp your resume, research advertised PT positions on Monster. This effort will give you insights into ...
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    Avoid These 7 Killer Cover Letter Mistakes

    Avoid These 7 Killer Cover Letter Mistakes
    The student's resume was impressive. The formatting was impeccable, the content was excellent, and he did a great job of focusing on accomplishments instead of job duties. If I were an employer, I would have been impressed. Then I looked at his cover letter and imagined the employer tossing that perfect resume into the trash bin. Many college students and recent ...
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    Great Volunteer Opportunities for Healthcare Professionals

    Great Volunteer Opportunities for Healthcare Professionals
    Volunteering offers the chance to both gain experience and make a difference. As a volunteer you can hone your healthcare skills or learn new ones. Volunteering is a great way to boost your own spirits as well as the spirits of those around you. And, of course, you can gain invaluable connections that can help you find a job later down ...
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    6 Things to Consider When Starting Your Career

    6 Things to Consider When Starting Your Career
    If you are just starting your career, you need to maximize your experiences and develop your skills. Remember: In this employment environment, you are expected to manage your own career. That may sound like a daunting task in this brave new world, but there are road signs that may help you navigate, advance your career development and find satisfaction in your ...
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