How advanced degrees set nurses up for career success [infographic]

 

Becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Registered Nurse (RN) is a great accomplishment, and there are many good paying, traditional nursing career paths that both LPN’s and RN’s can pursue upon completion of their degree.

But there …

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Tips for Medical School Graduates

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Congratulations on graduating from medical school!  Now comes finding a job.  What factors will you consider?  Perhaps, you will think about the type of facility to work at or …

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Five Ways Getting A Master’s Degree Can Help You Get To The Top Of The Corporate Ladder

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Sticking with a company may put your name on the list for new promotions, but it will not ensure that you make your way to upper management. Competition for high-level corporate jobs …

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From Childhood Passion to PhD, How This Engineer Forged a Career In STEM

Many of us form childhood passions that follow us into adulthood. For some, these become hobbies, and for others, these passions form the basis of our careers. That’s exactly how it happened for Ranjita Bhagwan, a principal engineer at Google, …

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How to Ask a Law School Professor for a Letter of Recommendation

Whether you’re applying to jobs or seeking to transfer law schools, it can be intimidating to ask your professors for any required letters of recommendation. But there’s no need to be shy when it comes to asking. Professors are used …

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Freelancers with MBAs make an average of $61/hour. Can you guess what those without an MBA make?

Freelancing might not be the first thing on a newly-minted MBA’s mind. Unlike bachelor’s degrees, MBAs don’t often come with full scholarships; students often work full-time while earning their degrees. Understandably, earning an MBA can take a lot out of …

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To Fellowship or not to Fellowship?

When contemplating pursuing a fellowship in medicine, several important factors should be considered. Here, we aim to address common concerns and questions physicians may have regarding the necessity of fellowships, the time commitment required, the impact on personal life, and …

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HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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What Physicians Can Do When Compensation Growth Fails to Match Inflation

Doctors obviously play an essential role in society, dedicating their expertise and time to ensure the health and well-being of the population. However, amidst rising living costs and inflation, the salaries of doctors have not kept pace with these economic …

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HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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The Unusual Career Path of a Patent Attorney

It’s a well-known fact that a legal education, while valuable (and essential to becoming a lawyer), doesn’t actually prepare you for a law firm career in a practical sense. Law schools largely follow very traditional curricula, with the first year …

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Ways to Make Your Resume Stand Out to a Law Firm Recruiting Department

If a job interview is where you make your case for employment, your resume is the opening statement. It should tell a compelling story about your candidacy, presenting relevant facts as concisely and persuasively as possible. It should lead employers …

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Legal Career Spotlight: Supreme Court Clerk to BigLaw Associate to Academia

David Van Zandt has served as the president of The New School (the alma mater of three of Vault's editors!) since 2011. After receiving his J.D. from Yale Law School, he clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun and …

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What Is a CV (Curriculum Vitae)?

As you’re searching for a job, you may notice that some postings ask you to submit your resume and others ask you for a CV. While you likely already know what a resume is, you might be wondering about a …

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5 High-Paying Careers in Physics

Physics is an area of study in which practitioners employ a variety of methods in order to better understand the world we live in, as well as the entirety of the Universe at large. The demand for roles in physics …

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Reading Between the Lines: Finding Your Ideal Workplace While Dodging Bad Bosses

Landing a coveted job interview is an exciting milestone.

Still, the thrill of the opportunity can sometimes overshadow the crucial task of evaluating whether the prospective workplace is the right fit for you. While there are constraints on what you …

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Who’s Hiring? 8 Organizations Addressing Food Insecurity

Food is an essential component of life; without it, we cannot survive. But in the U.S. alone, an estimated 14.3 million people are food insecure; globally, 345 million people are facing acute food insecurity.

According to the UN, food insecurity …

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Interview with a Clinical Psychologist

I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I have been working in the social services industry for 25 years. Specifically, I have worked for school districts, university counseling centers, the justice system (county and …

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When Do College Students Need to Do an Internship?

You may know that internships are a great launching point for your career, giving you a leg up in the application process, professional experience, job skills, and more. But when do college students need to do an internship? Is it …

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Top 10 Teaching Skills for Your Resume and How to Highlight Them

Whether you’re a new graduate looking for your first teaching job or someone who wants to make a career change to education, you need to include teaching skills on your resume. But how do you include your teaching skills on …

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The Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual for a Postdoctoral Research Position

This opportunity focuses on research addressing the opioid epidemic and priority areas for enhancing the systems of drug abuse prevention, treatment, and harm reduction in New York State.

Duties and responsibilities:

· Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to ensure the successful execution …

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Four Things You Can Do This Summer To Find a Job or Internship

Summer vacation is a great time to build your network and work on your job or internship search.

Here are 4 things that you can do over the summer eventually pay off with a job or internship.

Update your LinkedIn …

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Ed Brodka Career Design Consultant
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Great job opportunities for remote tech workers

Of all of the occupational fields that I can think of, none seem better suited to remote work than those in software development, technical writing, quality assurance for tech products, cyber security, I.T. support, and other technology-related jobs.

But it …

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Finance vs. Accounting: Which Career Path Is Right For Me? Quiz

You know you want a job that deals with money and numbers. If you get a job in finance or accounting, you’ll be doing just that. But how do you choose? What’s the difference between finance vs. accounting? 

While both …

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Maximizing Your Network for Job Opportunities

In today’s job market, making connections matters—a lot! Have you ever wondered why some people seem to land great job opportunities effortlessly? It’s often because of their network.

Your network is like a circle of friends, serving as a vital …

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How to Land a College Internship Without Experience

How to Land a College Internship Without Experience

Securing an internship in college is tough, especially when your resume isn’t filled with much experience. Every successful professional starts somewhere, and there are strategic ways to help your chances of landing …

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How To Include Volunteer Work on Your Resume

How To Include Volunteer Work on Your Resume

Unpaid volunteering roles can reveal much about a graduate’s character.

While the barriers to entry for volunteering roles are lower, the fact that you are giving up your precious time for a …

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On-Campus Job Benefits for International Students

Author: Shorelight Team| May 17th, 2024 | 8 Minute Read|

On-campus job opportunities can contribute to an unforgettable study in the USA experience. Htet, a Vietnamese student at the University of Utah, discusses his working on campus benefits.

Working on campus …

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