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    Leverage Volunteer Work on Your Resume

    Leverage Volunteer Work on Your Resume
    You may have altruistic reasons for volunteering, but giving your time has career-enhancing power, too. "Volunteer work, whether in addition to a current job or an activity in between jobs, shows an employer that you are willing to try new experiences, be involved in your community and generally demonstrates a willingness to take initiative and make things happen," says Kara Montermoso, ...
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    How Foreign Healthcare Workers Can Relocate to the U.S.

    How Foreign Healthcare Workers Can Relocate to the U.S.
    Moving is a big decision. Moving to another country is a giant one. Unfortunately, there's more to relocating to the US than finding a job and somewhere to live. Whether you plan on moving to the US temporarily or indefinitely, there are steps you will have to take to secure your legal residency. While this information is meant to inform you ...
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    5 Aggressive Job Hunting Skills That Work

    5 Aggressive Job Hunting Skills That Work
    Desperate times call for desperate measures. Given how hard it is to find a job these days, you may have to send some of your restraint out the window before you'll land your next gig. There are things you can do that may be considered extreme, or at least unconventional, but are also legal and effective: First Tactic: Open the Phone ...
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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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    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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    Interview Take-Along Checklist

    Interview Take-Along Checklist
    You’re interviewing for a job tomorrow, and you think you’re prepared: You’ve got your answers to a multitude of common interview questions down and have a few of your own for the interviewer. Your suit is pressed and ready. But what do you bring to the interview? We’ve created this handy checklist, with the help of Monster Interview Expert Marky Stein, ...
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    The Ultimate Healthcare Job Search Tool

    The Ultimate Healthcare Job Search Tool
    We understand the complexities of searching for healthcare jobs: countless healthcare systems, hospitals, and clinics, dozens of job search websites to surf, demanding application processes. It's easy to get frustrated and overwhelmed. AllHealthcare wants to help you reach your goals. We've worked hard to develop new, fresh ways of organizing, ranking, and listing healthcare job information. With a virtually limitless number ...
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    7 Best Reasons to Get into Healthcare Right Now

    7 Best Reasons to Get into Healthcare Right Now
    It's not unusual to use a recession to make a major career change. While others are floundering, you can be advancing your career by going to school or pursing an entirely new path. These days, the healthcare industry is very popular -- and with good reason! Healthcare is one of the only industries that has added jobs in the last two ...
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    Explain Your Sabbatical on Your Resume

    Explain Your Sabbatical on Your Resume
    Once typical in the careers of tenured professors, sabbaticals aren't just for academics anymore. Millions of people across industries leave the workforce each year, pausing their careers to pursue other interests. Reasons for such a break may include returning to school, traveling, volunteering, conducting research, writing a book or caring for a family member. Some sabbaticals are planned, while others are ...
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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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    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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    Seven First-Time Resume Concerns

    Seven First-Time Resume Concerns
    When you're a college student or recent grad and trying to write a resume, especially your first one, you'll face questions you typically won't find addressed in the current blizzard of resume books. That doesn't mean your questions aren't valid; it simply means the resume experts often overlook them, because they generally target mid-career audiences. As The MonsterTRAK Career Coach, I've ...
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    Hottest Healthcare Employers for 2009

    Hottest Healthcare Employers for 2009
    Despite the economic downturn, the healthcare industry continues to thrive. Over 50,000 healthcare jobs were added in January, and that number is expected to climb. The best part? Some of the countries top hospitals are hiring! Using Fortune's Best Places to Work, HealthGrades list of the 50 Best Hospitals, US News & World Report's list of the top hospitals, and information ...
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    5 Foods to Avoid Before Your Interview

    Congratulations, you landed an interview! In a lot of ways, interviews are like first dates. The goal of your interview, like the goal of your date, is to make the other person feel comfortable around you and excited to spend more time together. Obviously, it’s important that you don’t stink. March is National Nutrition Month so it’s a good time ...
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    Use Your Networking Skills to Land Your Dream Job

    Use Your Networking Skills to Land Your Dream Job
    "It's all about who you know." At one point or another, we've all heard that phrase. Whether you believe it or not, it's a fact that your personal network can help you score the job of your dreams. Keeping up good relations with professors, employers, and advisers is an essential part of the job-hunt. Don't neglect those who have helped you ...
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    The 2-Minute Drill: Make Your Way Through the Interview's Crucial First Moments

    The 2-Minute Drill: Make Your Way Through the Interview's Crucial First Moments
    According to one UCLA study, people evaluate one another using the "Three Vs": visual (appearance), vocal (voice) and verbal (what you say). About 93 percent of whether or not communication is effective is determined by nonverbal signals. Another study, conducted by a University of Toledo psychology professor, concluded that the first 30 seconds make or break the connection between two people ...
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    10 Subtle Ways to Sabotage Your Interview

    We all know that showing up late to an interview or dressing inappropriately can ruin your chances for a job. But what about the more subtle ways that could make you unexpectedly sabotage your job interview? Don’t let it happen to you! Keep in mind these 10 common subconscious mistakes that you probably don’t even know you’re making. NEXT | ...
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    Have Your Networking Letter Land You a Job

    Have Your Networking Letter Land You a Job
    No matter what field you're in, a successful career is built on human relationships. Your job search will be much more effective if you connect with and expand your network of contacts rather than just respond to job ads. Thousands of healthcare positions are created and filled without ever being advertised. A networking letter will help you uncover these hidden job ...
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    Essential Resume Tips for Healthcare Professionals

    Essential Resume Tips for Healthcare Professionals
    Healthcare has undergone significant changes in the past 20 years, and healthcare organizations are increasingly sensitive to cost control and productivity. Funding sources for both public and private healthcare orgzanizations have cut back reimbursement and allowable expenses. Your resume must reflect an understanding of these changes. It must show evidence of skills, experience, a commitment to quality, and an ability to ...
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