How Healthcare Employers are Implementing Wellness Principles into the Workplace

To say the Covid-19 pandemic has changed everyday life and work culture would be an understatement. For physicians of any specialty, this ongoing modern-day plague has challenged us beyond comprehension. While the fallout from this pandemic will not be entirely …

By Laura Gilroy, MD - Hospital Recruiting
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How COVID-19 permanently changed the geography of recruiting

Over one year later after the world truly started feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the world continues to face uncertainty in all industries, and recruiting is no different. Has this global health crisis changed recruiting and hiring? The …

By Eduard Piliposyan - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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How to Navigate a Midlife Career Change: Step-by-Step Guide

A midlife career change can be challenging, but it might also be the best decision you ever make. Many mid-life professionals find themselves in declining industries like newspaper publishing or cable television and realize that the grass is greener in …

By Sakshi Gupta - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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How a Medical Scribe Position Prepares You for Medical School

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The decision to apply to medical school is not easy. Before students can even apply, they must complete rigorous coursework, volunteer or work in a clinical setting, score …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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3 Fast-Growing Healthcare Career Paths That Don’t Require Medical Training

If you’re interested in working in healthcare but don’t think a clinical job is right for you, the good news is there are several excellent healthcare careers that don’t require rigorous medical training. Here are three of the fastest growing …

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Applying to Medical School

While the majority of students interested in medical school plan to complete premedical requirements during college and start the application process by the end of their junior or senior year, others take the necessary courses as postbaccalaureate students. Many students …

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5 Ways Transgender and Gender-Nonbinary Individuals Can Convey Their Pronouns of Choice at Work

It’s becoming increasingly accepted that gender is a nonbinary spectrum, which means we’re not all relegated to just “male” or “female.” Meanwhile, more and more people are choosing to identify with non-traditional pronouns, gender-neutral pronouns, multiple pronouns, or no pronouns …

By AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss - Vault
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Zachary Hayworth, Ph.D., Germanic Languages & Literatures

What are your post-graduation plans?

JD Columbia Law

What advice do you have for Harvard GSAS students, now that you are graduating?

My advice breaks down into two main points: (1) try to get a realistic idea of your short- …

By Kara Blackwell
Kara Blackwell Technology Platforms Associate
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Olivia Price, A.B., Economics

Where are you located now?

New York City, NY

What are you doing?

I am working at NBCUniversal Media, LLC as part of their Ad Sales Associates Program! I am rotating onto two different teams within the Advertising Sales department …

By Kara Blackwell
Kara Blackwell Technology Platforms Associate
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How to Respond to “Walk Me Through Your Resume”—and Get Your Interview Started on the Right Note

When you begin any job interview, your interviewer is likely to start the conversation with some sort of introductory question. Because of this, “Tell me about yourself” is one of the most common interview questions in any job search. But …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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