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    Make Nurses Happy, Some Hospitals Say

    Make Nurses Happy, Some Hospitals Say
    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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    How to Write Your Yearly Self-Evaluation

    How to Write Your Yearly Self-Evaluation
    It happens every year. Nurses must write a self-evaluation when it's time to get their raise. No worries, right? Wrong! What you write can affect what your boss is willing to shell out of his or her pocket at the beginning of the fiscal year. Learn how to write a self-evaluation that will make your boss think you're the greatest nurse ...
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    How to Upload or Change Your Profile Picture

    Learn how to upload a profile picture, or "avatar", to your NursingLink profile, or change your existing picture. 1) One your profile page, click the "Edit" link that appears next to your profile picture 2) Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and click on the section labeled "Your Avatar." 3) Under this section, you should either see ...
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    10 Subtle Ways to Sabotage Your Interview

    We all know that showing up late to an interview or wearing something totally inappropriate can ruin your chances for a nursing job offer, right? But are you keeping in mind the more subtle ways that you could unexpectedly sabotage your job interview? Don’t let it happen to you! Stay aware of these 10 common subconscious mistakes — ones that ...
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    Top 10 Best and Worst States to Be a Nurse

    Top 10 Best and Worst States to Be a Nurse
    There is a projected need for 1,001,000 nurses needed in the United States by 2016. Nurses are one of the most in demand professions in America, but with so many job openings, it begs the question: Where should you work? NursingLink is committed to providing its members with the most most pertinent career research available. Below is the 10 best and ...
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The Nursing Interview Quiz

1. It's interview time! You arrive at your interview:

30 minutes early - you want to show your dedication to the job.
10 minutes early - But you were actually parked and ready to go in 20 minutes ago.
5 minutes late - You don't want to seem too eager.

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