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Tips to Help You Get Your Ideal Dental Job

From childhood through adulthood, people rely on dentists to help them maintain the health of their teeth, gums and mouth, as well as diagnose and address any dental problems which may arise. This means a dentist is one of those careers you can count on to be in high demand for a long time to come. More...

Certifications Physical Therapists Require

Physical therapists (PTs), like most healthcare professionals, are required to obtain specific certifications before they will be allowed to begin practicing in their given field. By completing the required curriculum, clinical education and hands-on training, it significantly helps to improve the chances that the physical therapist will be able to perform his or her duties knowledgeably, professionally, with confidence and to industry standards. More...

Attention New PT Graduates: Are you Sabotaging Your Own Interviews?

Once an individual graduates from a physical therapy (PT) program and obtains his or her degree, the next obvious step is to find a job. While some graduates may already have jobs lined up ahead of time, others will have to begin what could be a very long job hunt involving sending in their resumes, doing interview after interview, and working hard to market themselves to potential employers. More...

Want to Increase Your Chances of Getting Hired in the Healthcare Industry?

Healthcare professionals are in high demand these days. According to an Economic News Release from the U.S. Department of Labor, job openings in the healthcare and social assistance industries increased by over 172,000 last year. While much of this may be associated with the Affordable Care Act, the fact is the medical community is getting quite crowded and will continue to be for at least the next five years. More...

Physical Therapists Still In High Demand

Of all the careers in the health care industry, physical therapists (PTs) continue to be in high demand. According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of physical therapists is expected to grow an estimated 34 percent between 2014 and 2024, a rate far above the average of other professions. We should also see a similar demand for physical therapist assistants during the same period of time. More...