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Careers in Healthcare

18 Recession-Proof Jobs and/or Employment Industries

by Ryan Winter on April 15, 2009

With recent economic events, more people than ever are worried about job security. Even those who  have so called “secure” jobs want to know that their jobs are going to be needed in the future. Its only natural. Most of us want to be able to provide for our families in a consistent fashion.

With stability during recessions in mind then, here are 18 of the safest professions to hold during a recession: [click to continue…]



Does Your Institution Know How to Motivate Nurses?

by Jennifer Bradford on April 13, 2009

If your hospital or other employer doesn’t know how to motivate nurses, it can be hard to do your job. See how your employer measure up to this list.

With healthcare budget cuts affecting medical institutions across the country, nurses are feeling the crunch every day. Staff reductions make the workload harder for the nurses who remain, and mandatory overtime can add to the stress and physical toll.

Nurses photo by SarahMcD via Creative Commons

Hospitals and other institutions need to know how to motivate their nurses to keep them from burning out in these tough times. A little motivation can go a long way. Check out this list of simple things your employer could be doing to help motivate you, and see how they measure up. [click to continue…]



Is Per Diem Work Right for You?

by Jennifer Bradford on April 2, 2009

Per diem work provides a variety of pros and cons. Could your schedule use a change?

Have you ever considered working per diem? Many medical professionals work per diem to pick up some extra money in addition to their full time positions, but others choose to only work per diem shifts without having a full time job. [click to continue…]



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