Jan
19
2018

Preparing for your interview can make all the difference

Being prepared and ready for your interview is worth the time and effort. You gain a competitive edge and increase your chances of success and getting the job. Being prepared improves your interview abilities and gives you confidence. Here are the best ways to prepare for your interview: A few days before the interview: Put […]

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Aug
18
2017

It’s a good idea to send a thank you note after an interview

Be honest, you hate sending thank you notes. They’re old fashioned and seem time consuming. And then there’s our mother who made us write them each holiday, birthday or graduation.   Forget the hate because sending a thank you note after your interview is a great way to stand out and show appreciation for their […]

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Aug
04
2017

Tell Me About Yourself’ interview question and ways to answer it

“Tell me about yourself.” The four most dreaded words in an interview. This question is one of the most asked and the most flubbed. Eyes grow wide and there’s confusion accompanied by stuttering. But why? Sure it’s a boring question but as a Advanced Practice Provider, you can make it interesting with a great answer. […]

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Jul
14
2017

3 tips Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant can use to negotiate your salary

It doesn’t matter whether you’re starting a new Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant job or trying to get a raise, it’s important to negotiate so you get the best offer. It’s a bit scary but you can do it. Don’t risk feeling cheated and being unhappy.   So bite the bullet and negotiate. If you […]

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Jun
09
2017

How not to bomb on your next interview

You’re about to go in for your interview – you’re ready. You reviewed the company’s website and feel you know enough about them.  You look terrific. You feel confident and know this job is for you. An hour later, you’re a mess. You’re not even sure how you got to the elevator. What happened? You […]

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Oct
27
2016

How To Politely Decline A Job Offer

When you are offered a job you feel a certain obligation to take the job, you have interviewed and taken the time to get to that point. Sometimes the offer isn’t right, though. This is when it is time to decline the job. How do you decline a job offer politely though? Let’s take a […]

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Oct
17
2016

Resume Tips For Healthcare Providers

In the healthcare industry where jobs continue to rise, it’s important for job seekers to keep their resumes current and completed in way that will get them noticed. Whether you are connected to this industry, looking for better opportunities and job roles, or have newly joined the health care industry, the competition and high standards […]

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Sep
28
2016

4 Times Interviews Were Way Too Comfortable

We’ve all heard a few “horror” interview stories that make us think and wonder “they did what?” or “why”? How could someone who is clever, professional and mature, somehow decide to do THAT while giving an interview? The most memorable one with our firm was one of our candidates that decided the company we sent […]

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Mar
24
2016

Thank You Notes Never Go Out Of Style

Thank you notes are often viewed as things of the past. Who mails anything anymore after all? The people who are serious in the business world. Thank you notes show that you are serious and that you care about the person that you are sending it to. Use these tips to make yours stand out. […]

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