Industry Outlook
Sarah Murray, FT.com
The advent of digital healthcare will fuel the demand for specialized skills in the coming years. From managing electronic records to analyzing the data generated by remote patient monitoring devices, technological changes will call for a different type of health worker.
 
Ron Shinkman, FierceHealthFinance
Hospital employment had a decent showing in June, adding more than 10,000 jobs during the month, AHA News Now has reported.
 
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Career Opportunities
Froedtert Health – Froedtert Hospital US - WI - Milwaukee
 
VCU Health System US - VA
 
Providence Health & Services US - AK
 
Providence Health & Services US - AK
 
Indiana University / School of Public Health-Bloomington US - IN - Bloomington
 
Banner Health US - AK
 
Mayo Clinic US - FL - Jacksonville
 
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Career Corner
Daffnee Cohen, Huffington Post Blog
We all have career fears. We may not always acknowledge them, but there are triggers and fears that play a role in our successes and failures. Whether you are self-employed, leaving college looking for a new career or working for a company you love (or don't love so much), you can be better! Yes, better!
 
James M. Citrin, BloombergBusiness
Building your network requires summing up your experience and ambitions in a matter of seconds, but that's not as hard as it sounds.
 
Arnie Fertig, U.S. News & World Report
If you've lived through the recession clinging to the security of your current job, bravo! But if you think that loyalty to your employer will be rewarded with a big raise, you are likely in for disappointment, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 
Heather Venkatesh, Health Career Center
Your resume is your most powerful tool when marketing your experience and skills to potential employers. The quality of your resume will cause employers to decide, in a matter of seconds, whether they will contact you for an interview or file your resume away in favor of another candidate. In fact, recruiters spend six seconds on average reviewing an individual resume, according to TheLadders. Make sure healthcare recruiters spend more than six seconds looking at your resume with these five tips.
 
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