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Making decisions about your work-style and lifestyle can be fraught with anxiety and concern about the future—let’s unpack that conundrum.
Seeking a competitive advantage to help you land your perfect job? Look no further than this advice from a clinician who has been involved in hiring.
Your definition of a successful nursing career may look vastly different than that of your fellow nurses, and that is okay, because career success is a personal thing.
If you’re a medical professional, there are many opportunities for you to put your skills to work in another country, from working at a foreign hospital to joining the military.
The notion of pivoting in your nursing career isn’t a new one, and that readiness to pivot can emerge from a nimbleness of mind and a willingness to read the tea leaves of your career. Are you nimble?
When changing nurse jobs means changing specialties, nurses should know that they are not limited by what they currently do any more than doctors are.
Slowly but surely, technology is invading every workplace in America. Now it’s nursing’s turn.
Here are a few insider tips and best practices that will help you throughout your locum tenens job search.