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I was recently speaking to a group of students about their career aspirations and the task of finding work after graduation when the topic of “entry-level roles” came up. Anyone who has looked at listings for entry-level roles recently has probably noticed that the vast majority of them ask for candidates who have experience already… Read more »

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It’s no secret that job seekers must satisfy three requirements to land a job: They can do the job. They will do the job. They will fit in. These three requirements have been well known for years. They are the foundation of a complete candidate. But there’s also a fourth piece to the puzzle. It is… Read more »

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Most of us who work in the post-acute industry have chosen this field because of our compassion for the population we serve, which typically means we have emotionally-invested, all-consuming jobs. Even when we love these jobs, there comes a time to move on, or move up, and the process can seem overwhelming. Even if you’re… Read more »