Feb
08
2019

How to Accept a Job Offer with Class

You got a job offer! You’re thrilled; this job could be a great step in your career. What’s your next move? And how do you accept a job offer the right way?   Here are steps to accept your job offer with class: Be grateful and thank them for the opportunity to join their team. […]

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Jan
25
2019

Job Search Tips to Get Noticed

Getting notice by a hiring manager or recruiter is the key to a successful job search. It doesn’t matter whether you are searching for your first position out of school, or are looking for that next career move. These tips will help you organize your Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant job search so that you’ll […]

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Jan
18
2019

New Year, New Advanced Practice Provider Job – Your Keys For Success

Is 2019 the year you decide to make a change and find a new job? The job market for Advanced Practice Providers is active with many openings.  Advanced Practice Provider titles are considered some of the best jobs based on the 2019 US News and World Report rankings: Physician Assistants #3 on their 100 best […]

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Nov
09
2018

Best Ways to Job Hunt During the Holidays

November and December are hectic holiday months and most job seekers put their search on hold. Don’t fall for the – it’s a bad time of year to interview myth. Get your resume in front of employers. Recruiters and hiring managers are in a rush to get their jobs filled before the end of the […]

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Oct
12
2018

Tips for New Graduate Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants to Find Your First Job

Finding your first Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant job   Being a new graduate is exciting and you’re ready to get started. But finding your first job can be a challenge. Catch 22 – to get a good job you need experience but you need the job to get the experience.  So what can you […]

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Sep
07
2018

Personal Branding – How To Build A Positive Social Media Footprint

Your personal brand plays a large part in your professional world. Today most companies use social media as a big tool in hiring. What you post on social media can help make or break that new job that you have been looking at. Use these tips to help make your social media accounts stand out. […]

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Aug
10
2018

How to Get Noticed During Your Job Search

Whether you are searching for your first position out of school, or are looking to explore and expand your specialty experience, the following tips will help you organize your Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant job search so that you’ll be noticed and stand out from the crowd. Tips to getting noticed during your Advanced Practice […]

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Aug
03
2018

Salary Negotiation Tips for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants

  As a Advanced Practice Provider, when you get to salary and contract negotiations, it’s important to be ready and knowledgeable.   You need to be firm, diplomatic and detailed.  You should know what you want but ask for it in a way that will help you get it. And remember negotiations are a two-way […]

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Jul
27
2018

How to Turn Down a Job Offer

You gone on several interviews and finally you get a job offer, except it’s not with the hospital or practice you want. How do you turn the offer and not burn bridges?   Let’s take a look on some tips on how to turn down a job offer:   Be Polite It should be obvious […]

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Jun
22
2018

What a Recruiter Sees When They Review Your Resume

Did you know that a recruiter scans a resume for one, maybe two minutes? That’s it. Hardly enough time to learn just how wonderful you are, but it’s all you are probably going to get.   It’s important that your resume is good. Not good, in fancy font or a picture or some weird formatting. […]

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