Judy, Stacy, and Ann are all Registered Nurses. Judy, a new mom, works at a hospital on weekends when her husband is home to watch the kids. She averages about 16 hours per week. Stacy just graduated from nursing school. She works for a community … [Read more...] about Part-Time, Per Diem, or PRN: Which Work Arrangement Suits You Best?
The healthcare industry needs talent. Earlier this year, this blog reported that the Bureau of Labor Statistics said that the overall healthcare workforce had decreased 2.7% from February 2022. When looking at just hospitals, the workforce was down … [Read more...] about How to Leverage Your Transferable Skills When Searching for a New Job
How we work has changed dramatically over the last few years in the healthcare field. For example, we've learned to hold patient appointments via video calls and share patient files via electronic health record software. In addition, the pandemic has … [Read more...] about How to Handle the Compensation Conversation When Interviewing for a Job
Have you ever had that dream when you forgot to study for a final exam in high school or college and showed up completely unprepared? How terrifying was that? There are very few times where "winging it" is a good idea. Being prepared in school and … [Read more...] about How to Prepare for a Healthcare Job Interview (In-person and Remote)
There is no doubt about it. Nurses are in demand. According to the American Nursing Association, it is estimated that in 2022, there will be more open registered nurse jobs than any other profession. In Arizona, nurses are always in high demand, … [Read more...] about 6 Important Resume Tips for Nurses
Do you want to be a hero? Who doesn't? The last couple of years has driven the point home to all of us that healthcare professionals are bonafide heroes. The ability to take care of sick people daily, to be empathetic and compassionate to every … [Read more...] about The Time is Now to Work in Health Care