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5 Reasons To Take A Trip To the MedCerts Career Center

1. Resume and Cover Letter Help

There’s an entire section devoted to resumes. Here you’ll find information about what recruiters are looking for in a resume and what information to include, as well as tips for formatting your resume. There’s …

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The Sterilization Technician Roadmap: Your 3-Step Guide

What Does a Sterile Processing Technician Do?

Many pieces of hospital equipment are one-time use only. For example, after gloves are used during an exam, they are disposed of as medical waste. Scalpels and other metal equipment aren’t so easy …

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Overcoming Unconscious Bias in Healthcare Recruitment

In healthcare recruitment, unconscious bias may be limiting the number of candidates you select as well as the quality of talent from which you can choose. Whether we admit to them or not, we all carry biases. The challenge for …

By Riia O'Donnell - Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting | Physician and Healthcare Job Board.
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Attracting Healthcare Talent in the Post COVID Market

It is a job seeker’s market in the healthcare industry. This trend will continue indefinitely. For example, the demand for nurses is critical. There are over 4,000,000 nurses in the United States; 1,000,000 more nurses are needed within one year. …

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What Skills Are Employers Looking For? Job Training News

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are among the most sought-after skills for most employers. With technology increasingly performing routine tasks, employers need workers with skills that a computer can’t replicate. Analyzing evidence and managing challenging …

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