First impressions count in the job search, and that's why a dynamite cover letter can mean the difference between success and failure in your healthcare job search. But what makes a dazzling healthcare cover letter? Several career experts share their advice.
When “interviewing up” there are certain things you want to communicate. Here’s how to ace those key conversations.
When you are looking to make the Big Leap—the one that puts you closer to the power centers of a business or organization—the interview process will likely be different from what you've experienced before. The more senior the person or people you’re interviewing with, the more definite their ideas are likely to be about what they’re looking for. They know that their own continued success depends on hiring the best people.
So how do you prove your readiness for the big leagues? By thinking like a big-league player. This interview will be different from others, but it will be your best chance to impress the decision-makers, so there are some key points you want to be certain you get across. Here are tips to help you succeed
Two studies assessing STENTYS in indications outside of heart attacks presented at TCT 2013
First ever Endomicroscopy Virtual Assistant (EVA) to be demonstrated live for the first time at Video Digest 2013 from European Hospital in Marseille, France
Medical industry senior management is the executives that oversee the everyday operation of the multibillion dollar business. The individuals range from the head of the entire company or people that are in charge of particular divisions. In order to hold positions of such importance, experiences and the willingness to shoulder awesome responsibilities are necessary.The Family TreeIn the medical industry, the senior management is basically at the base of the family tree. Most companies have a president that oversees the entire company.