Aureus Medical Archive
It’s that time of year again. The weather is starting to warm up, the sun stays out a little bit longer, and everyone is looking forward to partaking in more outdoor activities. It is also the time that most of us dedicate to getting rid of all the remnants that winter has left behind.
When looking for new grad positions, it is very common to come across new grad residency programs of various types. These programs, designed to help make the transition easier for former students entering the workforce, are extremely competitive and diverse.
Spring is a busy time here in the office as we prepare for the numerous career fairs we attend each year. This also means that many of you are also busy doing the same. Here are a few quick tips as you start to prepare for your school’s career fair.
As a Recruiter, the most rewarding part of my job by far is getting the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. Every once in a while there is an extra special experience. Here’s one of those extra special experiences I’d like to share with you.
Actively applying for a new job or contemplating a job change can be overwhelming. One important factor many applicants forget about is making a good first impression. Many times your first impression is with a recruiter. Whether you're planning to relocate across the county, across town or dive into travel, your recruiter is an advocate
As 2015 begins, we are excited to continue working with some of the best travelers in the world. Our employees are dedicated professionals that love their jobs no matter what challenges the day brings. Have you ever wondered what separates a good travel employee from a great one?
Your graduation is approaching and you are beginning to feel overwhelmed about your next steps. Where will you work once you graduate? How will you find the right job for you? I am writing to tell you about why I became a new grad traveler and why Aureus is a new grad traveler’s best friend.
When thinking about writing a blog for the Aureus Medical site, I did not know where to begin. I researched online for professional journals and medical articles, but nothing struck a chord with me. What do nurses want to hear from me?