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Planning Your Post-Retirement Job
Retirement does not have to signal the end of your career, it can signal the start of a new beginning. However, you will need to plan well ahead for any post-retirement job.
6 Tips for Physicians on Writing a Good Cover Letter
To avoid a potential employer skipping over your resume you'll need an effective and engaging cover letter. Here are 6 tips to make your cover letter the best it can be.
Work-Life Balance for Physicians
Work-life balance is not necessarily about time. It is about finding ways to make sure that your home and work environments do disrupt one another to extremes. Here are some ways to help find balance.
How to Write an Effective Physician Resume
A physician’s resume can be a tricky thing to write. Follow this guide to ensure you write an effective resume that encompasses all of your skills and experience to land your next job.
The Only Smartphone Apps You Will Ever Need to Hack Your Locum Tenens Life
As a locum tenens physician, it's easy to lose track of documentation, schedules, and more as you travel from practice to practice filling in when that physician is absent, or when they are short-staffed. Here are some easy hacks to staying on track.
Physicians in Demand
Demand for physicians outside the clinical setting is on the rise. What factors should physicians consider before taking on additional work?
Living Life to the Utmost: Experiences versus Material Objects
I will be flying to Lake Michigan in a WWII military airplane.
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