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Posted December 16, 2014 by

How to Prepare for Your Career While Getting a Nursing Degree

Intern holding a clipboard in hospital entrance

Intern holding a clipboard in hospital entrance. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are interested in a career in nursing, you’ve picked a great field with endless job opportunities. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for registered nurses will increase by 19 percent by 2022. To take advantage of the job growth in nursing, there are some activities you may want to do while completing your nursing degree program. Why? Completing these tasks can help prepare you for your nursing career, while also gaining an edge over other applicants. (more…)

Posted December 05, 2014 by

Questions and Myths Regarding Your Nursing Career

Brian Short

Brian Short, Founder and CEO of allnurses.com

Whether you are a nursing student or a new grad, you probably have many questions surrounding your future as a nurse. Let’s look at a few of the more common questions and myths that keep coming up.

Why do I keep reading about a nursing shortage when I know nurses are having trouble finding jobs?

There has been talk of a nursing shortage for years, but it hasn’t fully kicked in – yet. That’s partly because many baby boomer nurses – group that comprises the largest segment of the nursing population – have delayed their retirement for a variety of reasons. As they continue to age and shift out of the workforce, the nursing shortage will become more apparent. (more…)

Posted November 18, 2014 by

How IT job opportunities are increasing in several working sectors?

It engineer / consultant working and install / inserts a router / switch in a data rack.

It engineer / consultant working and install / inserts a router / switch in a data rack. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In this modern world, Information technology is an essential part of every organization. The field of IT is necessary in every workplace for a different and unique purpose. Almost every small, medium and large scale businesses are integrated with IT field. This field is growing rapidly from the last 15 years and people are more dependent on different devices and machines with advancement of computer applications and technologies. In this article, we talk about the rapid growth of job opportunities in the IT field in different sectors. (more…)

Posted May 29, 2014 by

What career options await you as a veterinarian?

Veterinarian holding a puppy dog

Veterinarian holding a puppy dog. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The most common notion that people tend to have when it comes to vets is the fact that they have possibly, just a single career option available at their disposal and that involves working in a clinic environment as private practice catering to the sick animals that get brought in by their owners. However, there is a lot more to the career of a vet than simply working in private practice and you will be surprised at the scope that these career options have. These options involve conducting research to come up with new and inventive medicines as also working on animals of exotic origin and many others, some of which have been listed in detail below. (more…)

Posted March 27, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? 50 Responses Not to Use When Asked About Your Greatest Weakness

If you are interviewing for an entry level job and asked about your greatest weakness, the following post includes 50 responses the interviewer probably doesn’t want to hear.

“What is your greatest weakness?” Just for fun, we decided to take a little different look at this question… and the answer. Using two words only, and with tongue firmly in cheek, here might be the worst possible answers to the worst question ever asked in a job interview:

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Posted July 05, 2013 by

How to Handle a Tough Week on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs

College grads, I hope this never happens to you, but every now and then you may have a tough week in your professional and/or personal lives.  However, you can get through it.  If there is ever a week like this on those recent college graduate jobs, the following post has tips to help you get through it.

The day started so well. Sunny skies. Light traffic on my morning commute. The debut, during a lovely luncheon, of a nonprofit video I’d written. My mood soared as I arrived back home that evening. Then, like falling dominoes, one piece of bad news after another crashed down on my perfect little day. Affixed to the door

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The Young Professional’s Guide to Surviving a Terrible Week

Posted June 14, 2013 by

Don’t Have Immediate Health Care Coverage on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs? What You Can Do

Some recent college graduate jobs may not offer health care coverage right away.  However, you do have some options, according to the following post.

If you’ve taken a new job recently, you might be on the losing end of a 90-day waiting period before your health care benefits take effect. Did you know that that waiting period is a federally-mandated minimum? Ninety days is the maximum waiting period that companies can take before providing benefits to new employees. Not

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What to Do When Health Care Doesn’t Kick In Immediately at Your New Job