Interviews are nerve-racking. But the more prepared you are, the less stressed you’ll be.
You earned your certification and you’re ready to land your first allied health job. Or perhaps you’re already in the field but you’re looking to move on or move up. Getting the job is about luck, but mostly it’s the luck you create. As the Roman philosopher Seneca so famously said, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” So create your own luck and follow these 10 tips to prepare for your job interview.
Your first impression happens before you even step foot into your interview. Employers are getting to know you online first, meaning your social media presence can help you — or hinder you — in getting a healthcare job.
Whether you’re already in an allied health field and are looking for your next step … or you just earned your credential and are searching for your first allied health job, the task can seem daunting. Where do you begin? How do you know where to look? How do you know what they’re looking for? Here are a few tips, specifically for the allied health field, to help you on your job search.
Healthcare employers are seeking qualified professionals. And although there’s an increase in demand, it remains a competitive industry due to the importance of the work.
If you’re looking for a job as a medical assistant, phlebotomy technician, pharmacy technician, billing and coding specialist or other allied health profession, these resume-boosting tips will help you stand out.