Feb 16, 2017
Obtaining an RN licensure opens up a world of healthcare career options. Registered nurses can work in a variety of specialties in physician’s offices, hospitals, nursing homes, home health care services, and more.
Feb 16, 2017
With the salaries of healthcare employees on the rise and employers trying to draw talent from far and wide, the percent of your income taken by your monthly rent can play a major factor in choosing a location to settle down.
Feb 14, 2017
In 2015, there were 52,550 applicants to American medical schools according to the American Academy of Medical Colleges (AAMC). 20,630 enrolled.
Feb 10, 2017
The road to becoming a physician is long and arduous.
Feb 7, 2017
Emergency rooms (ER) have long been the subject of drama and are considered one of the most fascinating areas of medical care. Oftentimes, careers in the ER are what people think of when they first consider a medical career or job, due to their high degree of visibility in popular media.
Feb 2, 2017
Job or career burnout can happen anywhere — and to anyone. No matter how much you may have once loved your job — or the idea of it — too much inner or outer office stress can make your time at work miserable. Worse yet, any work-related stress can trickle into your personal life, a problem that can affect your general health and happiness.
Jan 30, 2017
Trends in healthcare careers are constantly changing. Every January, U.S. News & World Report stays on top of these trends by ranking the Top 25 Healthcare Jobs of the new year.
Jan 27, 2017
Being a physician is one of the most rewarding and highest paying hospital careers out there. There are currently 854,698 practicing physicians in the United States. Although there are so many of them, becoming one isn’t as easy as it looks.
Jan 25, 2017
Thinking about a career in healthcare administration, but don’t know what it really is or how to work your way towards this growing medical career?
Jan 19, 2017
While degrees from four-year universities seem to be the norm these days, they are not necessarily for everyone. Four years of full-time schooling is a long time, and with college tuition steadily increasing, getting a bachelor’s degree is quite a commitment.