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Ways to Prepare for Your Interview with AdventHealth

on Sep 11, 2019 2:21:17 PM By | AdventHealth | 0 Comments | nursing career tips job search interview learning healthcare Resume
Preparing for an interview can get overwhelming. To help you get prepared, we've compiled 5 simple ways to make a great first impression.  
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How to Survive Your First Year as a Nurse

You did it! You survived nursing school, you studied relentlessly to pass the NCLEX, you excelled during your interview and tomorrow is your first day as a nurse! What do you do? How are you feeling? What should you be feeling? No need to fret, we’ve got you covered. In this blog, we’ll share with you some of our tips to help you survive your first year as a nurse.
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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend an AdventHealth Hiring Event

on Apr 24, 2019 11:38:26 AM By | Dave Costantino | 7 Comments | nursing career tips hiring event BSN education healthcare
When I graduated college, my vision was to work for a financial services firm. Many of my friends had already interviewed and received offers from major brokerage houses around the country, but because they were not in the same city as me, and because I was a 22-year-old without much work experience, I knew neither where to start or whom to contact first in my search.    
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6 Strategies to Become a Better On-the-Job Learner

on Mar 20, 2018 4:33:20 PM By | Hap Aziz | 2 Comments | career tips professional development learning
More than ever, achieving success in your career requires the ability to learn new skills. Today’s jobs are often very technology dependent, and employers expect you to master tools and techniques that you’ve had little, if any, previous experience with. Are you up to the challenge? If so, these six strategies can help you become a better on-the-job learner. They aren’t necessarily difficult, but they do take consistent practice to lead to success. 
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