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Job Search Tips -- Finding a Job in Health Care and the Federal Government
Find a Job -- Articles on Jobs in Health Care and the Federal Government
If you're looking for a job or considering a new career, information is key. Check out these article links to help you find options you might not have considered.
Health care is a growing industry with more Baby Boomers retiring each year. And those same Baby Boomers will need healthcare services themselves. The federal government needs lots of bodies to keep the bureaucratic gears turning, because if you can't beat 'em, you might as well join 'em.
Use the following resources to get an idea of pay, job openings, and where jobs are that you might be qualified for.
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Health Care Careers - Jobs in the Medical Field are Growing
The health care industry is growing. Current workers, many who are baby boomers of retirement age, are retiring every day leaving job openings to be filled. Specialized education or training may be needed, but workers in this field are always in demand.
- Job Outlook Brightens For Graduates, Though Problems Linger : NPR
The Class of 2014 is coming into a labor market that now offers a record number of jobs. But May's employment report also shows 9.8 million people remain out of work, and the jobless rate is stuck.
- Best Health Care Jobs | Best Jobs | US News Careers
U.S. News's job rankings for the best health care jobs this year, based on their hiring prospects, unemployment rates, average salaries, and job satisfaction. Jobs include dentist, nurse practitioner, and pharmacist.
- Healthcare Occupations : Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Read More About Health Care Jobs - Many workers are retiring from health care jobs leaving openings.
Research Potential Employers
With so much information online these days, be sure to research companies you're applying to.
Be knowledgeable and
have a leg up on the competition.
Federal Jobs - Does Uncle Sam Want You?
According to FederalJobs.net, the federal government employs more than 2 million workers. The average annual salary is more than $79,000 for full-time jobs. Look into all federal job openings to get your foot in the door.
- Government Job Outlook
Employment is projected to increase of percent over the 2008 - 2018 period in federal employment. With the recent passing of the new health care reform and banking regulatory legislation of 2010 many more new jobs will become available. The new healt
- How to Get a Job with the US Marshals Service | eHow
To get a job with the US Marshals Service, applicants must meet strict guidelines. The US Marshals Service is the oldest federal law enforcement agency in the United States.US Marshals perform...
Find a Job with the Federal Government - Like health care jobs, openings are left when older workers retire.
Resume Writing Tips - Keep it to one page, with lots of bullet points.
Give your resume a boost by making it work for you. After all, your resume is you on paper. Your cover letter introduces you to potential employers. Make it a good introduction. Include references on your resume. And learn what to do and not do when you need to communicate with potential employers using email.
- How to Write a Reference List on a Resume | eHow
In a job search, the references on a resume can make or break whether you get the job. Write a reference list on a resume that will ensure the professional recommendations will help you in your...
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