Healthcare offers many new jobs for individuals interested in a stable career, who don’t necessarily want to follow the traditional educational path.
Yes, you read that title correctly—the highest paying job in every single state in the United States is a healthcare job.
Nursing involves soul work—the desire to serve, to give back, to help—and that, too, can be a reason for a career change, not just salary or advancement.
More than 90% of medical residents say that salary potential strongly swayed their choice of specialty in some way, according to a recent survey.
Selecting a specialty is one of the most important career-related decisions a physician will have to make. These five are in high demand.
Some states prove to be a safer bet in terms of finding a job in healthcare, due to the sheer number available. Here are the states with the most right now.
Women make up more than 60% of the healthcare workforce, so it makes sense that healthcare employers would make it on the list of Best Employers for Women.
Whether or not you are actively searching for a new therapy job, keeping your résumé current is always smart. Here are some tips to get yours in top shape.
Traveling therapy roles are abundant, and they can do wonders for therapists who may be feeling as if they have stagnated in their current role or setting.
Here are four essential tips for the new nurse, to not only quell your nerves, but to begin to shape you into the best nurse you can be.