| I Want to Be an - Occupational Therapist (Pt. 1)
by Jan Davis and Tim Muma - Jul, 2013
Unfortunately, injuries, illnesses and other disabilities are a reality of life that many individuals must live with. Occupational therapists work to help these patients develop, recover and improve the skills needed for daily living and working. Jan Davis is the president and founder of International Clinical Educators, Inc., and previously ran her own practice for a number of years. She talks with Tim Muma about the purpose...
| I Want to Be an - Epidemiologist (Pt. 1)
by Tim Jones and Tim Muma - Jul, 2013
Disease and other public health problems are a genuine concern for officials and leaders in every area. The investigation, monitoring and prevention of spreading these issues is an extremely important and difficult task, and that is what epidemiologists are asked to do. Tim Muma talks to Dr. Tim Jones, the State Epidemiologist for the Tennessee Department of Health, who explains the path to a successful career in this importan...
| I Want to Be a - Chiropractor (Pt. 1)
by Cynthia Vaughn and Tim Muma - May, 2013
Thousands of people go to the chiropractor to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, whether it be from an injury or an everyday issue. Dr. Cynthia Vaughn, a respected chiropractor who has served in high-level positions for numerous boards and chiropractic organizations, joins Tim Muma to discuss the profession. Dr. Vaughn brings her perspective to the listeners, discussing the daily work of a chiropractor, as well as the...
| I Want to Be a - Psychologist (Pt. 1)
by Greg Neimeyer and Tim Muma - Apr, 2013
We all experience a variety of thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors in our lives, but sometimes it's difficult to figure out what it all means. While everyone is different, there are often patterns to be found among groups and individuals that tell a story - psychologists examine these areas. Greg Neimeyer, Ph.D. joins Tim Muma to discuss the career path of a psychologist, from education to essential skills to the daily...
Ready for a High-Paying Hospitality Career? Consider These Resume Adjustments
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
The hospitality industry offers a large number of amazing employment opportunities, largely due to its vast array of career options. Whether you’re looking to become an executive chef or casino general manager, you could easily boost your income into the six-figure range. But doing so will require making some adjustments to your resume. Highlight and Quantify Leadership When you embark on a career in the hospitality in...
What Makes Your Nursing Resume Stand Out From the Pack?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
If you’re just getting your start in nursing or are a seasoned professional looking to switch jobs for the first time in years, the idea of facing competition in your job search can be quite intimidating. Fortunately, you can use your resume as a leveraging tool to give you the advantage you need. Nurses are undoubtedly highly sought after and valued for their expertise within the health care industry, but this doesn’t mea...
When CVs Are Right for Health Care Jobs
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2011
The health care profession is one of the only in the United States that, depending on the circumstance, requires either a standard resume or curriculum vitae (CV). If you are entering the field, under which circumstances should you prepare one or the other? What Is a Curriculum Vitae? First, let’s take a quick look at what a curriculum vitae is. Curriculum vitae (CV) means “the course in one’s life”. This document is...
Key Resume Tips for the Health Professional
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Working as a health professional is an amazingly rewarding career. Not only do you get to help individuals physically and emotionally, but you have a chance to work in a stimulating environment. The great news is that health professionals are in high demand, which means there are a lot of jobs out there waiting for you. But this doesn’t mean you will automatically score any job you apply for. You still need to create a gr...
60 Weeks to a Health Care Career
by Marcia Robinson - Nov, 2009
The next time you have a doctor’s appointment, note how much time you actually spend with your personal physician vs. how much time you spend with medical office support staff. If you are like most people, you might find you spend more time with the office assistants and medical support staff than you do with your doctor. I have nothing against doctors; I love mine! As a career management professional, I often get asked abo...
Continuing Education Requirements: Plan Ahead to Avoid the Last Minute Rush!
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2007
Have you completed your continuing education requirements yet this year? If you have, congratulations on planning ahead! If not, now is the time to start looking for classes so that you don’t find yourself scrambling for hours at the last minute. Waiting until the last minute to take care of mandatory CE can be very stressful and counterproductive. If you work in a field that requires continuing education credits in or...
Pharma Sales: Breaking Into to the Industry
by Teena Rose - Apr, 2006
Pharmaceuticals are always a hot consumer sector, and with the aging baby boomers coming online, it’s a sector sure to grow in the coming years. But gaining employment into the industry isn’t easy. Competition is fierce and companies can choose from the cream of the crop. So, how do you become part of that creamy crop? College Graduates Wanted There was a time when pharma reps completed their degrees in chemistry or biolo...
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