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Feb 18, 2021 Dr. Nisha Cooch
While healthcare is a safe field to pursue if you are looking for a stable career, the specific jobs that are in the highest demand will likely fluctuate based on the specific context and needs of the moment.
Feb 4, 2021 Dr. Nisha Cooch
When telemedicine took hold in 2020, many people - physicians and patients alike - worried that the physician-patient relationship would be adversely affected.
There are several excellent healthcare careers that do not require medical training. Here are three of the fastest growing alternative career paths in healthcare.
The calendar has turned the page to another year and if you are looking for a better paying career in healthcare, we’ve complied a brand-new list of top paying medical jobs.
As we look forward to 2021, let us review the top 10 articles that kept our readers engaged on myHealthTalent.
In the post-pandemic world, we’ll be better equipped to handle any future pandemics from an infrastructure, resource, and mental health sense.
If you follow some strategic steps, you’ll be well on your way to landing the Nurse Practitioner job you want, tailored to your skills and interests.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our way of life in many ways. Advancements in tech and healthcare have come quicker than ever before.
Studies show that recruiters and hiring managers are more likely to dismiss a candidate if they haven’t sent a thank you email after an interview, but most job seekers don’t send them.
If you have a strong desire to work with people, learn about medicine and become part of the health care community, a career in Allied Health may be an excellent option.
Here are some first steps to take before starting a job search in healthcare.
Even in a pandemic that decimates an economy such as COVID-19, there are some jobs that will still be in high demand and are essentially pandemic proof.
Mentoring in medicine is common for furthering education and professional development but finding the right mentor for the right time in your career can be difficult.
Just because we’re in a pandemic doesn’t mean that you career gets put on hold. Through careful self-assessment and planning you can still make strides to trying new and better career paths.
Networking is an important part of career success, whether it’s to learn more about your current field, a field you’d like to go in to, during your job search, or when you’re moving along the career ladder.
Here are some questions to keep in the back of your mind or written down to take into an interview.
Sep 10, 2020 Lisa A. Burke
The interview is the most critical part of the hiring process since it is the step that determines whether a job offer will be extended. This article will review four main strategies to foster a successful meeting.
It’s not easy to pick up and move, but we have put together a guide of 6 considerations that will help you think strategically about whether this is the right step for you.
Aug 27, 2020 Lisa A. Burke
With the dramatic and continuing rise in the need for nurses and allied health professionals, higher and higher salaries are being offered, many with sign-on bonuses.
Aug 20, 2020 Lisa A. Burke
You don’t need to be a physician to establish a high paying career within the healthcare field.