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by Kristen Walker You know how to rock a healthcare job interview. You’ve read up on the most-asked questions, practiced your responses, picked out your most professional outfit and studied the company’s website. And that will all serve you well — to a point. Because you’re not just trying to land any job; you want… read more

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EMPLOYERS SHARE THE MOST MEMORABLE MISTAKES JOB SEEKERS HAVE MADE IN INTERVIEWS Sometimes it can be difficult to know what is and isn’t acceptable behavior in a job interview. Other times it should be glaringly obvious that a certain behavior or action is off limits. Yet that hasn’t stopped some job seekers from making these… read more

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Great business leaders are quick-witted, decisive, and analytical. They are decision-makers and influencers; their calculations sometimes impact hundreds of employees’ destinies. They are confident, straight-forward and empower their organizations and subordinates in more ways than one. However, some of them are horrible when it comes to written communication. Yes, we said it. Some leaders have… read more

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The story goes, while most babies’ first words were Momma, or Dadda… the first phrase I ever uttered was, “What’s that?” Don’t believe me? Ask any of my friends, coworkers, random strangers on airplanes, or professors I had in college… I haven’t stopped asking questions since. Sometimes it gets me in trouble but asking questions… read more

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As college graduates burst out of the gates of their respective alma maters, polished and confident in their abilities, few are probably thinking ahead to a possible speed bump that sits in their paths. That stubborn obstacle would be the disconnect between the jobs they eventually secure and the skills they’ve learned thus far. The… read more

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Megan Bruneau, WOMEN@FORBES During the first 25 years of my life, I experienced three crippling failures that I can recall. They’re seared into my memory, archived effectively save remnants of stomach-turning shame. The first, spelling ‘surprise’ incorrectly during a third grade test–my only 19/20 of the year; the second, getting rejected by Jackson Shea when… read more