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    2011 Healthcare Employment Outlook

    For healthcare professionals and aspirants, 2011 will be a building year. Healthcare hiring may pick up a bit after slow growth in 2009 and 2010, but several factors will continue to constrain the creation of jobs and limit career mobility. Still, healthcare continues to be the countercyclical career success story of the great recession. From the start of the downturn ...
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    Fun Summer Nursing Jobs

    Fun Summer Nursing Jobs
    Summer is the time for fun in the sun, escape from the city and a little time to relax…how can you get those and still practice the art of nursing? Consider these two ideas: Summer Camp Nurse! As a camp nurse, you can work four or eight week stints in a camp with 7-15 year olds children. Camps employ RNs, LPNs ...
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    Finding Nursing Jobs in the Recession

    Finding Nursing Jobs in the Recession
    The recession has temporarily stalled the nursing shortage as fewer people seek health care and established nurses have either put off retirement, or returned to work because of their own economic issues. For new nurses, the recession has made it almost impossible to find jobs. While college graduates in many fields have faced these difficulties for years, nurses traditionally have walked ...
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    Nonverbal Communications: Escape the Pitfalls

    Nonverbal Communications: Escape the Pitfalls
    It begins even before you say your first word in an interview. As the interviewer walks toward you to shake hands, an opinion is already being formed. And as you sit waiting to spew out your answers to questions you've prepared for, you are already being judged by your appearance, posture, smile or your nervous look. Look back at speakers or ...
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    Sizzling Summer Job Search Tips

    Sizzling Summer Job Search Tips
    Are you taking a break from the job search and surrendering to the lazy days of summer? The conventional wisdom is that almost everyone is in vacation mode from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Consequently, many postpone job searching until September. Is this a mistake? Could you be missing opportunities if you take the summer off? We asked the career experts ...
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    10 Questions to Create Your Career Vision

    10 Questions to Create Your Career Vision
    Have the last few years been cruel or kind to you, professionally speaking? Even if your career didn't take a hit, the recent economic tumult may have you quaking in your boots over the future. "Your career is long," says career coach Deborah Brown-Volkman. "Some people work for 40, 50 or 60 years. Don't get stuck in the here and now ...
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    How Nurses Can Detect an Unhealthy Work Environment

    How Nurses Can Detect an Unhealthy Work Environment
    When you’re looking for a new nursing position, the quality of the work environment will play a big role in determining whether you’ll be happy or miserable on the job. Fortunately, you can get an indication of that intangible but important element while you’re interviewing -- if you know what to ask and what to look for. Before Your Interview: Do ...
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    Top 25 Cities for Nurses

    Top 25 Cities for Nurses
    Now more than ever, it’s important to get the best bang for your buck. And there’s no question about it — when it comes to value, not every U.S. city is created equally. Why chase a great salary if your rent swallows most of it, unemployment is skyrocketing and you spend two hours a day just to get to and from ...
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    The Art of Persuasion in Your Job Search

    The Art of Persuasion in Your Job Search
    Persuasion is a subtle art--brute force doesn't often work well. And this is especially true for a job seeker, who is using interviewing skills and a resume to try to persuade hiring managers and recruiters to hand over something that a lot of people are competing for (that great new job). Here are some persuasion tricks and techniques you can use ...
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    6 Ways to Turn a Job Fair into a Job

    6 Ways to Turn a Job Fair into a Job
    When you're young and the world is seemingly your oyster, going to a job fair sounds like a no-brainer. A bunch of hospitals looking to hire? and All in the same place? As long as you bring enough copies of your nursing resume and pass them out to everyone, you're certain to get a callback. Right? Not necessarily. Without the right ...
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    6 Ways Finding a Dream Job is Like Finding Your Soul Mate

    6 Ways Finding a Dream Job is Like Finding Your Soul Mate
    The idea of what makes a dream job changes over time, as does what a person looks for in their soul mate. In the past, one simply wanted steady work to provide food and shelter for his or her family. People also didn't live as long, and as a result didn't have the flexibility to date a wide variety of people ...
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    Best States for Entry-Level Nursing Jobs

    Best States for Entry-Level Nursing Jobs
    The health care industry is facing an unprecedented nursing shortage, with a need of 1,000,000 new nurses by 2016. This means that the new generation of nurses needs to be trained now. If you are interested in a career in nursing you should gain experience by searching for an entry-level nursing job. Becoming a Home Care Aide, Certified Nursing Assistant or ...
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    10 Ways to Make Sure You Stay Unemployed

    10 Ways to Make Sure You Stay Unemployed
    The following are 10 true stories. These have all happened to me or my colleagues over the years as hiring managers. I know the job search process can be hard to maneuver. Add the fact there’s a whole set of “new rules” you need to follow to get employers to even want to hire you and a job seeker can feel ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Philadelphia

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Philadelphia
    Philadelphia is famous for those founding fathers, so is it any surprise the largest employer is named for Thomas Jefferson? In that same vein, in 1830, John K. Smith opened his first pharmacy in Philadelphia. Now, 178 years later, that¹s become GlaxoSmithKline, the second largest pharma giant (after Pfizer) in the world. In the Poconos mountains north of Philadelphia, you'll find ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Washinton, DC

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Washinton, DC
    From policy wonks to insurance lobbyists, DC is home base for political power brokers. They hand out the money - at the National Institute of Health,, the National Cancer Institute and National Science Foundaiton - and regulate and enforce health legislation - at the Food and Drug Administration, for example. If you¹re interested in healthcare lobbying, - for for-profit or nonprofits ...
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    15 Top Hospitals That Are Hiring

    15 Top Hospitals That Are Hiring
    We've all heard about how more people are losing their jobs more than ever before, but there is one industry that has remained untouchable: nursing. While thousands of people lost their jobs this past November, the nursing industry actually added over 50,000 positions. As the population ages and new developments emerge, the nursing industry will continue to grow. This is great ...
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    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Atlanta

    Guide to Top US Metro Areas: Atlanta
    Poster child for the southern boom, Atlanta, the third fastest growing city, has grown from Southern belle to belle of the ball, doubling its population in the last 20 years and becoming a growing international business center that¹s expected to grow another 20% by 2012. Once the center of the malaria zone, Atlanta is home to the nearby federal government¹s world-famous ...
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    5 Easy Ways to Make Money Even if You're Unemployed

    5 Easy Ways to Make Money Even if You're Unemployed
    As unemployment continues to rise, everyone is looking for other ways to bring in some money while still searching for another job.  Although a job is the conventional way to earn money, sometimes you need to think outside the box or search outside your comfort zone in order to try something new and bring in a little bit of money to ...
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    Why Can't New Nurses Find Jobs?

    Why Can't New Nurses Find Jobs?
    What’s happening with the nursing shortage? Why can’t new grad nurses find jobs? The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics still lists nursing as one of the most in demand careers, and yet finding a job as a nurse remains elusive. [gate] The Good Ol’ Days Just a couple of years ago, nurses could demand huge sign-on bonuses and ...
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    How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits

    How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits
    Once you have been laid off, one of the first things you are likely to think about is how you are going to replace your income. Unemployment Insurance (UI) was established by the government to provide unemployment benefits to workers when become unemployed due to factors outside their control to financially assist them while they are looking for employment. UI is ...
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