Getting a new job is usually an exciting time for healthcare professionals. A job change presents an opportunity to gain more knowledge, connect with new patients, and continue expanding your career in medicine. While a new job can be the highlight of one’s career so far, many healthcare professionals struggle with the looming task of leaving their current position. They want to be considerate when resigning, while maintaining good relationships with their former colleagues.
We have turned the page on yet another year. Resolutions are being set and new goals are forming. When it comes to your career, are you tired of your mundane, underpaying or unchallenging job? There is no better time than the new year to explore new job opportunities. Start your new year’s job search off with a bang by utilizing our five quick tips for job hunting.
Perhaps one of your greatest achievements was receiving your license. But as the years go by, you may be questioning your current position. You are not alone. For nurses specifically, a 2017 survey showed that almost half of nurses are ready to make a shift in their careers. However, searching for a new position can feel isolating, scary and overwhelming.