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Image credit   If you’re a nursing professional, here’s your guide to the top specialization you can pursue this year. In this post, let’s look into these specializations: Correctional Health Nursing, Nurse Midwives and Travel Nursing Correctional Health Nursing - This specialization may not be everyone’s cup of tea but there is definitely a demand for this role. This role requires nurses to work...
Image credit   One of the qualities people want nowadays with their career is flexibility. Not only to be on top of their schedule or deliverables but taking into account other aspects of their lives such as work-life balance, spending more time with family or diversifying their jobs in order to gain more skills. In the nursing world, there are two options for a nurse to get this flexibility, that is per diem and travel...
Image credit   Every employer wants to have an employee who will be an asset to the company. That’s when Education and experience become the most critical factors in choosing the best employee for the job. During the interview process, employers normally seek candidates who have good education and also have great experience that suits the job opening. But what is more important? Education or experience? In this...
Photo credit   The wonderful thing about the Nursing industry is that there are a lot of options for you in terms of specialization. This allows you to concentrate more in one area and really practice and excel from it. But of course, regardless of which area you want to become an expert on, it always starts with the fundamental question of why you want to become a nurse? Once you have an answer to that question that you are...
Photo credit   Advancing your career may mean movement either vertically or horizontally. But before you even make a move, it is important that you put everything into a plan to ensure you take the necessary steps to get to your goal. So moving horizontally means simply by getting into various roles and expanding your skills to different teams. You can either be Product personnel venturing into Engineering or Architecture, or...