Do you know which kind of RN you want to be? We’ve highlighted six of the more unique specialties out there for your consideration.
Whether you’ve just graduated or are on the hunt for a rewarding new nursing job, you need a strong résumé. Follow these tips to get yours in top form.
A résumé can be a passport to an entry-level nursing position, a promotion, or an advanced nursing position. Here’s how to make yours stand out.
If you’re feeling dissatisfied with your career, or maybe just a little adventurous, now might be a good time to shake up your routine with these non-traditional career paths.
Unlike in the past, where it took four years or more to become a nurse, today it can be accomplished in much less time, if you are smart about it.
From Nurse Keith’s Digital Doorway
In the world of nurses and nursing, it can feel like we are told what we “should” do with our careers much more often than what we “could” do. While the difference can seem subtle, it is actually something that …
Many nurses often refer to the profession of nursing as a “calling”. For others, it is “just a job”. How do you approach your nursing career?
Standing out from the competition is paramount, and a nurse sitting in an interview has to deliver what makes him or her the ideal candidate for the position in question.
If you’re a nurse preparing for a job interview, here are some helpful sample answers to the common questions you might be asked.
Even if you aren’t job hunting right now, the question, “What is your biggest fear?” is an excellent way to assess your career hopes and plans.