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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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    2009 Healthcare Salary Projections

    As 2008 comes to a close, and we embark upon the year 2009, you can rest assured that the healthcare industry will remain a stable and secure place to be. With the nursing shortage still wreaking havoc across the US, and medical students drawn away from primary care and into the arms of specializations, the number of healthcare jobs available will ...
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    Search Tactics for 50-Plus Workers

    Search Tactics for 50-Plus Workers
    You’re over 50, and you’re worried. You’ve sent out resumes and interviewed, but you’re still unemployed. What can you do if you didn’t get that job -- or the hundreds of others you’ve applied for? h4. Where to Start “Search your own name and see if there’s anything out there holding you back,” advises Chuck Campbell, founder and principal of search ...
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    Job-Hopping: Career Killer or Savior?

    Job-Hopping: Career Killer or Savior?
    Job-hopping. It’s career suicide. That is, if conventional wisdom and my father are to be believed. They tell us to stay at a job for at least two years. That the longer you stay in one place, the more dependable you’ll appear. And the better your chances for success when you do look for a new job. They tell us that ...
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    Pursue a Finance Career in Healthcare

    Pursue a Finance Career in Healthcare
    Healthcare employers need the same finance professionals that manufacturing and service companies do, such as accountants, auditors, analysts, compliance professionals, treasurers and CFOs. There's also demand for such specialists as claims adjustors and fraud investigators. But for finance pros, the transition into healthcare requires some preparation. Acquiring industry knowledge through additional training will enhance your resume and help you compete in ...
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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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    New Venues for Healthcare Careers

    New Venues for Healthcare Careers
    If you think working in healthcare is only about hospitals, healthcare facilities, physicians' offices and clinics, think again. While there's absolutely nothing wrong with a job in a traditional healthcare workplace, if you're itching to make a career out of your different interests, maybe it's time to consider other alternatives while still using your healthcare training. You, like many other creative ...
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    15 Hottest Health Care Fields of 2010

    The health care industry is truly the place to be! There is a need for roughly 3.2 million health care professionals by 2018, and many occupations are predicted to grow by at least 28% over the coming years. What does this mean for you? Well, if you are looking to break into a health care field, now is the time. And ...
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    Top 5 Recession-Proof Industries

    Recession-Proof Industries The rate of job openings and new hires has steadily decreased since 2007, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And unemployment rates are holding fast at 10 percent, which also doesn't bode well. According to the December employment report, 6.1 million people face long-term unemployment. Even though experts are hollering about the impending end ...
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    Healthcare Careers Predicted to Remain Stable Under Obama

    Healthcare Careers Predicted to Remain Stable Under Obama
    Under President-elect Barack Obama, the health care industry will continue to be one of the safest places for jobs in an unstable economy. Occupations such as Registered Nurse, Medical Assistant, and Home Health Aide will continue to grow. There is predicted to be an especially big boost for community health clinics, who receive much of their overall funding from government grants. ...
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