STUDY: 40 Percent of Businesses Have Unfilled Openings in Accounting and Finance. How Does That Help Your Career?

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A recent study has demonstrated that around 40 percent of companies currently have unfilled accounting and finance jobs. But what does that mean for accounting professionals currently looking for new jobs? There are some things you can do to increase your chances of landing a good accounting or finance job right here in the greater…

Soft Skills Lead to Success as a Patient Care Coordinator

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Are you looking for a job as a patient care coordinator? This role is the liaison between patients and medical care providers and is the gateway to the overall healthcare experience. Day to day, you would ensure that patients understand what to expect, help them navigate the healthcare system, and they get the care they…

The Defining Moments that Shape Your Financial Career

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  A career in finance is a flexible thing. There will be several points throughout your career that will define you and impact how you perform in the future. It may be helpful to take a look back at these things or, if you’re new to the industry, see what others have learned along the…

Is Contract Work the Right Fit for You as a Nurse in 2018?

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  Nurses are always in high demand, which is one of the reasons the profession is of interest to many people. But nurses also work long hours and face workplace stress at higher rates than many other professions. But are there ways to have more flexibility in a nursing career? Have you considered contract work…

Solve the Nursing Shortage with a Long-Term Plan

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Several studies have shown that the United States is experiencing an increased shortage of nurses which will continue into 2018. Many nurses in the baby boomer generation are finally retiring and younger professionals are simply not getting into the field. So how does a healthcare manager work to avoid a nursing shortage in their own…