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    7 Mistakes Hiring Managers Hate

    
Getting an interview is a really big deal. It means that you have achieved a level of confidence with your resume and cover letter and have made it to the next steps of the hiring equation. This is something that you should be proud of; this is also something you should take very, very seriously. The interview presents a lot ...
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    7 Ways to Boost Your Job Search

    7 Ways to Boost Your Job Search
    Whether you know what you want, or you are haven't found your nursing career path yet, NursingLink can help you get the job of your dreams. Only here can you learn about the hottest nursing specialties of 2010, connect with others in the same profession, and get prepared with resume tips and interview help. We've Got Experts - Care to Meet ...
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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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    Creative Benefits to Recruit and Retain Nurses

    Creative Benefits to Recruit and Retain Nurses
    Despite the nursing shortage, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital in Yakima, Washington, has no problem attracting a steady steam of job candidates. “We’ve never offered nurses a sign-on bonus,” says Kathy Franz, the hospital’s director of human resources. “Sign-on bonuses typically keep nurses in their jobs for two years. Our goal is to attract candidates who want to work here for other ...
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    5 Things You Need to Give up to Get a Nursing Job

    It’s time for the reality check. America is in a recession and nursing jobs are fewer while competition is greater. It takes even more hustle, dedication, and tenacity to land a job today than it did for your parents. Having a degree isn’t always enough and, sorry to break it to you, but you aren’t likely to get your dream ...
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    10 Best and Worst Cities for Healthcare Job Hunters

    10 Best and Worst Cities for Healthcare Job Hunters
    Job hunt going nowhere? You could be looking in the wrong place. Your current metropolis may not have a high unemployment rate, but your healthcare industry could be at a stand-still when it comes to hiring fresh talent, despite the overall need for healthcare professionals. If you are willing to relocate for your career, then you can substantially expand your job-seeking ...
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    6 Ways to Save for an Unexpected Job Loss

    6 Ways to Save for an Unexpected Job Loss
    Coinciding with the tightening job market is a gloomy statistic: Few American workers are saving for potential layoffs. According to an Adecco USA Workplace Insights survey, only one-quarter of workers claimed to be saving for unemployment, and 58 percent had no plans to put money aside for a job loss. You've probably heard that you should have at least six months ...
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    Enhance Your Healthcare Career Options with Hourly Jobs

    Enhance Your Healthcare Career Options with Hourly Jobs
    Healthcare organizations don't - and won't - hire just anybody, no matter what the job market. If healthcare is in your future, you'll need to develop the right combination of skills and experience while in school to get the best shot at your desired career after graduation. One strategy is to find an hourly job (or two or three over the ...
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    The Layoff Survival Kit

    The Layoff Survival Kit
    This article offers general information on legal and financial matters relating to employment. For specific information relating to your situation, please consult an attorney, financial planner or appropriate government agency. Now that you've lost your job, you need to hurry up and find a new one, right? Wrong. You've got to buck up and tie up loose ends with your ex-employer ...
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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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    5 Ways to Launch Your Nursing Career

    5 Ways to Launch Your Nursing Career
    In spite of a well-publicized nursing shortage, the job market is currently tight for new graduates and even some laid-off nurses. A sluggish economy has resulted in older nurses delaying retirement, working nurses picking up extra hours and experienced nurses who have been out of the workforce seeking part-time and full-time employment. Additionally, some facilities simply don’t have the financial or ...
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    Take a Break From Your Job Search

    6 Ways to Maintain Your Sanity While Looking for Work They say looking for a job is a full-time job in itself, but that’s only partially true. Full-time jobs come with things like regular paychecks, benefits and a sense of pride and accomplishment. Compare that to the frustrating, tedious and mostly unrewarding task of finding a job, and it’s no wonder ...
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    5 Ways to Anger Hiring Managers

    5 Ways to Anger Hiring Managers
    One of the worst things you can do during your job search is annoy the hiring manager at the company for which you want to work. Not only will it probably ruin your chances at landing the job at hand, but also you probably won’t be considered for future positions, either. 1. Being ungrateful when you don’t get the job It’s ...
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    Why You Aren't Getting Hired as a Nurse

    Why You Aren't Getting Hired as a Nurse
    Frustrated by unemployment, nurses? Job hunting is tricky business. Getting hired as a nurse is a subtle mix of the right qualifications, enough experience, interview chemistry, and a dash of luck. Assuming you're making all the right moves and avoiding the really obvious job seeker mistakes, there are a few points to consider that could be your ticket out of unemployment. ...
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    Solutions for the Current Nursing Shortage

    Solutions for the Current Nursing Shortage
    The nursing shortage in the United States is estimated between 340,000 to over a million nurses. Many of the nurses that are leaving the field are management and faculty nurses needed by nursing schools for training the new crop of nursing graduates. Many of these upper level administrative nurses are nearing retirement age, just at the time that demand for nursing ...
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    5 Ways to Make Employers Come to You

    5 Ways to Make Employers Come to You
    Utilizing job listings, networking with people in your industry (and in other industries), and applying to companies you want to work at--these are all great ways to go after a job. But how can you make employers and recruiters come after you? We asked Career Rocketeer's Chris Perry, a career-search and personal-branding expert, for five self-promotion tips. Here's what he advises ...
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    Unemployment Insurance and You

    Unemployment Insurance and You
    If you've just been laid off, your first questions probably involve unemployment insurance. How does it work? How much will you collect? Where do you sign up? The answers depend on where you live. Some unemployment insurance policies are set at the federal level, but states set most of the rules and run most of the programs, explains Rich Hobbie, executive ...
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    What to Do After You've Been Fired

    What to Do After You've Been Fired
    "The experience of being fired from a job is high on the list of stressful life events that can happen to anyone over the course of their employment," says Dr. Melodie Schaefer, executive director of The Chicago School, Southern California Counseling Centers. So how do you manage the stress of being fired and get on the road to your next job? ...
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    Healthcare Stepping-Stone Jobs

    Healthcare Stepping-Stone Jobs
    You don't need a four-year college degree to qualify for some of the fastest-growing jobs in healthcare. Many occupations on healthcare employers' most-wanted lists require two or fewer years of education and can serve as springboards to higher positions. [widget:school_finder_widget__nursinglink] "There are a number of allied-health professions that have career ladders attached to them," says Debra Stock, the American Hospital Association's ...
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    10 Top Hospitals Hiring Nurses Right Now!

    10 Top Hospitals Hiring Nurses Right Now!
    We've all heard about how more people are losing their jobs more than ever before, but there is one industry that has remained steady: healthcare. While thousands of people lost their jobs this past November, the healthcare industry actually added over 50,000 positions. As the population ages and new developments emerge, the healthcare industry will continue to grow. This is great ...
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