Know Your Audience: Preparing for a Panel Interview

  One-on-one interviews are stressful enough. But a panel can take that pressure to the next level. What can you do to prepare, no matter how many people you’re facing? Here are 5 tips: #1: Don’t get caught off guard. When you’re scheduling the panel interview, make sure you know who you’re going to be interviewing with…. Read more »

4 Things Recruiters Look for on Your Resume

  Finding a new job is a massive time commitment. You spend countless hours searching for the right position, going through the application process and writing cover letters. But if your resume isn’t up to par, your time could be wasted. “At Morgan Hunter Healthcare, we see hundreds of resumes every week,” Abby Parks, Senior… Read more »

4 Reasons Recruiters Reject Your Resume

  Trying to find a job can be unbelievably frustrating. You spend weeks perfecting your resume, writing cover letters and applying for jobs only to get rejected, or worse, hear nothing at all. You have the experience and skills necessary for the position, but you’re not making any progress in your job search. Your resume may… Read more »

28 Percent of Employers Don’t Conduct Background Checks

  More than one in four employers don’t conduct background checks before they hire a candidate, according to a new survey by CareerBuilder. Considering a bad hire costs about $17,000, the relatively large number of employers who choose not to perform background checks is a bit surprising. “If an employee isn’t well-suited for the job… Read more »

10 Most Common Interview Questions

  One of the most important things you can do to prepare for an interview is practice, practice, practice. While you won’t know every question the interviewer will ask, you can be sure they will ask at least some of the most common interview questions. Practice answering these questions to better prepare for your upcoming… Read more »

5 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

  If you leave an interview without asking any questions, you can almost guarantee you won’t get the job. In fact, according to a survey by CareerBuilder, 32 percent of hiring managers said one of the most common mistakes job seekers make is not asking good questions in an interview. Asking questions at your interview… Read more »

How to Reboot Your Healthcare IT Career After Being Laid Off

  You did everything right. Earned a college degree in a high-demand tech field. Networked your way to a great job. Showed up at work on time and ready to deliver great results. But now, like so many others, your company is experiencing budget cuts…and you’re one of the unlucky ones. It’s a tough pill… Read more »