How You Can Fill the Gaps in Your Resume

                      You may be unemployed for a while, and when you look to update your resume, you may not know how to explain the years you were out of a job. Your prospective employer will question why you have gaps... Click here to continue.

4 Reasons why Minority Nurses Ought to Blog More

Minority nurses need to blog more because there are lots of advantages to blogging. I was reading the statistics of minority nurses from the AACN report, and according to a survey done in 2013  by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, minority nurses represent 19% of all nurses.... Click here to continue.

10 Mistakes Nurses Should Avoid Making on LinkedIn

Knowing why you use LinkedIn is important because you will avoid mistakes that make you look ridiculous. There are several reasons why people use LinkedIn. Some common reasons include:     Building your professional profile If you are seeking a job, you want your profile to appear well written and... Click here to continue.

Should I Study to be a Nurse Practitioner or a Physician Assistant?

Guest Post by Arctic Dinks. For nurses ready to take the next step in their education, it can sometimes be challenging to choose the best route. A graduate degree in healthcare opens so many doors, and knowing what path to choose can get confusing! The most common decision though, is... Click here to continue.

Changing Roles and Careers for the Aging Nurse

For any young nurse, aging is not something you think about. Now that I have plenty of experience and a few years under my belt, I realize that even nurses age. As Chili Davis says, “Growing old is mandatory.” As nurses grow older, they can determine to be happy and... Click here to continue.

How to Confidently Say No!

  Do you find it hard to say no to any request that people present to you? Nurses are naturally giving people and saying no can be a challenge to many of you. There are several reasons why you may find it hard to say no, however, these four are... Click here to continue.