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You’ve completed your education, worked hard to get where you are now, but you may want more out of your career. Luckily, there are important skills you can learn on the weekends, for minimal amounts of money and with no prior experience. Learning these skills can help take your career to the next level and have you on an upward trajectory for senior positions and promotions.
It’s time to start your new job. Exciting as it may be, it’s normal to also feel nervous. Your life will change with a new routine, new expectations and increased life demands. The most effective way to maneuver through these changes will be personal organization. There is a 30/60/90 plan you can use to make sure you are delivering the best results in your job performance and your life.
When you gather candidates for a new position, it can be difficult to determine the most efficient way to vet them. Entry-level candidates can be a difficult read during the interview process. In fact, this group of candidates can prove to be difficult to interview. They may be very nervous, especially if this is their first round of job interviews, and they may not be comfortable giving thorough answers or go off track due to being nervous.
You’ve made it through years of school, hours of studying and many late nights worrying about your new career. Now it’s time to start this exciting new chapter of your life, yet you might be a bit unsure of how to get your first job as a nurse. Here are some simple tips for getting your first nursing job, even with no experience.