Career Guidance for First-Generation Students

First-generation college students are learners from households where neither parent (or guardian) has obtained a Bachelor’s degree. In other words, they are the first ones in their immediate family to attend college.

These
students forge their own paths ahead in …

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7 job search strategies for BIPOC college students

The job market can be tough for any recent college graduate, but it can be even more challenging for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) students. These students face systemic barriers and discrimination in their job search, making it …

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Standing Out in a Crowded Healthcare Job Market

In today’s healthcare landscape, the competition is intense. In the best locations, it can seem that countless qualified professionals are vying for highly coveted positions. How do you make your application stand out? Here, we’ll explore key strategies to differentiate …

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HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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Leaders Explain How AI Has Already Helped Their Business

Artificial intelligence is changing the work landscape as we know it.

Leaders of both businesses, big and small, are leveraging AI tools to boost productivity and improve efficiencies within their companies. And according to recent research from the National Bureau …

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The Importance of Industry Research in Executive Job Search: How to Stay Up-to-Date and Informed

You may be tempted to simply apply for a job in your industry without researching trends that will shape that field in the present and future.

After all, you already work in that field, so you have nothing new to …

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10 Tips for Cover Letter Success

A cover letter is the first chance you get to present yourself to a potential employee in an engaging way. It allows you to go into detail about your experience, present your writing skills and hint at any research that …

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A Day in the Life: English Teacher and Coordinator of Student Activities

I have a BA in Drama, Theatre and Dance from Queens College. I also have an MA in English Literature and an MSec Ed English Grades 7–12, both from Queens College as well. (Can you tell that I loved the …

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3 Things Superstar Employees Do Everyday That Average Employees Don’t

Spending 20 years of your career at The Walt Disney Company, you get to collaborate with a lot of superstars. It’s a happily competitive environment that attracts type A, highly creative talent eager to create magic.

The employees that rise …

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A Guide to Graduate Careers in Engineering

If you have just graduated and are hoping to follow a career in engineering, then you might be feeling a little lost as to where to start. Engineering is constantly evolving, and working environments are ever-changing. These tips can help …

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Looking Ahead | The Social-Impact Sector in 2050

What does the future hold for nonprofits? Though specifics are hard to predict, social-impact organizations will likely play important roles in the coming decades; Rockefeller Center president Judith Rodin believes nonprofits will be seen as “an essential component of a …

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