Posts in category "Healthcare"

(3) Questions That Kill An Interview

(3) Questions That Kill An Interview
Interviewing for a job is not something most of us enjoy. It is an uncomfortable scenario where what you say can either move you toward a new job or have your résumé thrown into the circular file! The hiring managers and recruiters are often on the offensive making you feel as if you are being... Read more »

Veterans Day From A 12 Year Old’s Perspective

Veterans Day From A 12 Year Old’s Perspective
My mother’s brother was drafted as a Marine to the Vietnam war when I was twelve, where he fought on the front line. Always a favorite uncle of mine, I missed him when he was sent over seas. He sent me letters from Vietnam when he was on furlough, offering details on what it was... Read more »

Rauner Wins: Illinois Has Always Been a Purple State

Rauner Wins: Illinois Has Always Been a Purple State
  Bruce Rauner is the Illinois Governor-Elect whether Pat Quinn concedes or not! The AP and national news organizations have all declared Rauner the winner, yet Quinn holds on as they count every last vote. There will be no gracious departure for Quinn as he leaves office while  holding on to every last moment of... Read more »
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(5) Tips for Dealing With Your Holiday Job Search

(5) Tips for Dealing With Your Holiday Job Search
With Halloween a distant memory and Walgreen’s displaying their Christmas ornaments, the holidays are upon us as the days tick away faster than we can count. Yes, it is that time of year again where we are sprinting to the year end and when companies start slowing down to focus on their own holidays. This... Read more »

(5) Tips for Dealing with Job Burnout

(5) Tips for Dealing with Job Burnout
Staring at the screen this morning thinking about what I was going to write for this blog, I sensed a feeling of burnout! I have been writing three blogs for the past three years, in addition to selling a documentary and starting a new company. At one time I was posting on the Get Employed!... Read more »

Freeing Yourself From Unsolicited E-Mails:Unsubscribe Successful

Freeing Yourself From Unsolicited E-Mails:Unsubscribe Successful
I have spent the entire morning unsubscribing from the hundreds of unsolicited e-mails I have been receiving for the past couple of years. At first there were only a few, and then it seems like overnight they began populating my e-mail address, like a virus! More and more emails came into my inbox from unknown... Read more »
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(5) Tips for Beating the Chicago Winter Blues

(5) Tips for Beating the Chicago Winter Blues
With temperature barely in the teens, three feet of snow and lack of sunshine for days at a time, this time of year is downright depressing in the Midwest. Chicago weather is never great in the winter, but this year it is breaking records. Basically, it sucks. It is difficult to stay upbeat when you... Read more »

2014 Career Tips

2014 Career Tips
  With 2013 over and a distant memory, its time to make 2014 a year of positive change and to toss out the baggage from last year as you make plans of action. You can’t change the past; you can only learn from it and make changes in your life that will translate into better... Read more »

The Search for the Perfect Christmas Song

The Search for the Perfect Christmas Song
Listening to 93.9, My Radio in Chicago, a rock station that has been playing Christmas music since shortly after Halloween, I have heard most of my special Christmas songs. The classic “Chestnuts Roasting by the Fire” by famed Nat King Cole is one of my favorites. It brings me back to a time when I... Read more »
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Must Tips for Job Hunting During the Holidays

Must Tips for Job Hunting During the Holidays
The holidays are approaching as the year winds down for hiring managers who are busy with year end responsibilities as they attempt to enjoy the holiday season. This is a tricky time of year to be looking for a job, yet there are ways to approach job hunting to get you positioned for the New... Read more »