I just got a job as a Healthcare Recruiter. What does everybody think about recruiting? Good field? Bad field?
Thanks A B, but my job is a very good base salary PLUS commission. So it's not like your every day run of the mill recruiting job where you just work off of commission.
I have an interview tomorrow with a healthcare recruiting firm and I want to have a few good questions to ask about the job/industry, but it will be a new field for me and I'm not sure what to ask about. Any suggestions?
That's currently my undergraduate plan in university and I'm already a junior on my way to achieving this.
I'd love to be an actress but if not another one of my dream jobs would be working in media at a national or even international level.
I have heard that being a recruiter is one of the top jobs on the market. What type of experience does one look for in an entry level applicant? (who has some basic experience in health)
Thanks in advance
I want to be a corpsman, but I have eczema, and with the smallpox vaccine, I could get severely sick and die. My recruiter tried to screw me over once, so I'm trying to do this on my own. Please, if you can help me, please respond, thank you.
Hi, I want to serve in the army, but I have no idea what is out there. The army's website is so confusing. I know i sound a little dum, but i'm just looking for options after i graduate high school. I would really like to hear from women who are in the army, what they do, and the procedure for joining. I would just like to know more about the Army from real people. I'm planning on going to a recruiter soon.I think it would be such an honor to serve our country. Thanks for your time!
I write a blog about employment in the healthcare industry. I want to write something about making connnections with potential employers. For instance, how would I get the name of a hiring manager if I didn't know anyone at the company? Or, how would I network and find a connection in a potential employer. Any other tips are appreciated. Thanks everyone!
I want a job as a pharmacy technician with sentara, recently a position has open, what I wanna know who do I need to talk to so that I get through the whole hiring process.
I graduated with a BSN degree in the Philippines, passed the NCLEX and now I am a registered nurse in califonia... I contacted a military recruiter and they told me that in order to join the military as a nurse I should get my masters because they won't credit my BSN degree cause i studied abroad and not in the US territory... Is there any other way that they'll credit my BSN degree and eventually join the military as a nurse and not enlisted?
I graduated with a business degree and am currently unemployed. I worked for about 10 month as a stock broker and got my series 7/63 but all the cold calling just wasn't for me, I wanted a more hands on job in finance like a financial analyst or a trader. The job market is really competitive so I wanted to take this free unemployment time I have to make myself more desirable to employers by learning a skill like vba, sql or java to help land my dream job. Which skill would help boost my resume the most?
In four years my husband and I are moving to Ireland. he is an Irish citizen so we don't need to worry about working papers. I have two more years of school left and I'm stuck on what to major in. I know the economy in Ireland is great right now but I don't know much about the job market. It would be great if I could get some ideas on what fields are in need of people right now. Thank you!
I would really enjoy a career where I can interview students (i.e., something in admissions). Can anyone give me some examples of relevant jobs?
On a side note, I will be getting my Ph.D. in social psychology. Is it possible to use this to get an admissions job, preferably with a good salary?
Thanks a lot!
I just finished my LNHA internship but only have one year experience. I am looking for a job in the healthcare industry in Admissions or Marketing, or Accounts Receivable or Payables as a stepping stone to an Administrator position anywhere in the U.S. as long as it is a good opportunity.
Is it possible to get into medical / surgical sales with a finance background (in the healthcare industry)? I don't seem to get any response from my resume. I don't have b2b sales experience. (For selling & people skills, the only thing close that I have is retail sales exp & waitressing exp.) What should I do?
In the economy of today, jobs are most certainly an achievement to acquire. However, I'd like to gain a bit of insight before the actual choosing begins. I still have a few years, or so, before I will need a job, but I'd like to ask the workers their opinion. I am not necessarily looking for one such job with a high salary, but instead one that I could enjoy and cherish.
Thank you for your help.
Currently I'm in the middle of my sophmore year at a private college as a pre-dental student. I have wanted to go into the air force for the longest time but I worry alot and don't want to go into it and "sign my life away" if my goal of becoming a dentist won't happen.
Any advise from those who have an idea of how the AF works would be much appreciated in terms of getting a medical/dental job.
I will be sending out resumes for a job as a Certified Nurses Assistant.
If I have an associates degree in applied science healthcare-Billing and coding specialist that I got while attending herzing college online. Will it be harder to get a job? The technical school gave the technical diplomas for medical coding but not billing, no internship, and was also an online class. I wanted the knowledge of the billing and the internship. I did get a internship from herzing college online, but when I get my degree will I be able to get a job having an online degree.
My fiancé decided that he's going to join the US Navy last week. He has an appointment next week with the recruiters to get the process started. How long does he have til he goes to boot camp?
Now we also already have a 1 year old together so how soon does insurance kick in for our little one? How much and how will income work while he's in boot camp and when he comes out? And last but not least, how is living on base like and where do most navy get stationed at?
Please no negative comments.... Just a young stay at home mom trying to get an idea of what our future has in stored for us with him now joining the Navy.
I'm going to meet with a recruiter tomorrow, and what I really want is to be a General Dentist but basically as long as I'm in the healthcare field I'll be happy.
I'm 17, turning 18 soon and I have a few college credits. :p
sorry DERP moment there!
Sandra thanks, I love you.