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7 Resume Writing Strategies for New Graduates in The Healthcare Industry

Congratulations! You've worked hard over the past few years to earn your degree and are excited to leave school and put your new skills to work. You have high hopes for getting started and may […]

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His Name Was Patrick: The Birth of the Meaningful Recognition Movement

The level of gratitude that family and loved ones feel when they have gone through a significant loss with the support of professional and compassionate nurses is hard to describe. There are many […]

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Dear Graduate Nurses: Have the Time of Your Life

Dear Graduate Nurses: Have the Time of Your Life

Nursing represents one of the most exciting and fulfilling careers you could possibly have chosen. Yes, this profession can be demanding. Recent […]

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Job Seeking During a Pandemic: Every Healthcare Worker is a Hero Now

When you chose a healthcare profession, did you imagine you’d ever be searching for a job during a pandemic?

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Look for the helpers. - Fred Rogers

 “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”  This was the sage advice that, as a child, Mr. Roger’s got from his mother when he was troubled by scary things in the new. […]

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Can You Help? COVID-19 Response Jobs.

Instant Access to Covid-19 Response Jobs Across the US

The importance of effective communication between healthcare workers looking for ways to help and the places where help is needed inspired […]

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Nursing Jobs in the Best Hospitals in the United States

We have compiled a complete list of open nursing jobs in America’s best hospitals.  Each year, U.S. News & World Report ranks hospitals throughout the United States.  The 2017-18 Best Hospitals […]

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Look Back on a Career in Nursing

Two Roads Diverged...Looking Back On Traveled Career Paths

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

And sorry I could not travel both”

-Robert Frost

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We're Off to See the Wizard

Lessons learned as a new grad nurse.

When I graduated nursing school in 1997 at the ripe old age of 21, I felt like the career world was going to welcome me with open arms.  I was one of the few […]

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