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Salary Negotiations: The Do’s and Don’ts of Asking for a Raise!

by Emilie Lewis (First published at Ready. Aim. Hire. Feb, 2016, Columbia College) Salary negotiations are always tricky: A thin line between respecting your boss and your own value as an employee. With tons of advice and suggestions out there, … Continue reading

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What the Physician Shortage Means for Nurse Practitioners

By Brian Neese Authorities in healthcare and medicine project an increased physician shortage in the next decade, in large part because the U.S. population is growing and aging. A study from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) reports that … Continue reading

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Let’s Make Continuing Education Exciting!

Why not make continuing education exciting? As nurses we signed up for being life-long learners, right?   Remember in nursing school when it was so exciting to practice a new procedure on a real person or  get a chance to check out the latest … Continue reading

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