It's a small world — especially in the healthcare industry — and news about former employees travels fast. Knowing the right and wrong way to quit a job is important to maintain your reputation as a professional.
Medical training predominantly focuses on teaching clinical information and skills with an emphasis on making patients better. However, having good or even great clinical skills is often not enough to make it as a physician.
Getting a job right after graduation can feel overwhelming and you have a lot of decisions to make that will impact your career down the road. The following guide will help you navigate the job search process and find your ideal position.
When Dr. Christopher Vu decided to relocate to a new state — where he had no professional contacts or connections with facilities — he figured he'd need some help navigating the the bumpy road ahead of him.
In today’s technological age, having some type of online professional profile is essential to landing your next job, and LinkedIn is your best option to build one. Here are five tips to help you create an all-star profile.
Its been a busy year for both Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. With new rules and salaries increasing, these seven blog posts are a great way to stay up-to-date with the ever-changing fields of NPs and PAs.
It’s not surprising that many doctors are wary of having an online presence. HIPAA violations, as well as the loss of privacy and work/life balance, are valid concerns. However, in today’s job market, having an online professional presence is a must to snag your next interview.
Even if you have another job lined up, it is important to remember to leave your current job in a proper fashion. Check out this infographic to learn more about the right, and wrong, ways to quit a job.