Career management

The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

By: Ethan Ryan | Jul 26, 2013 The peak national professional pharmacy organization, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia or PSA represents over 25,000 Australian pharmacists all over the country, including those that work in sectors outside health centres.

Freelance Jobs: Time to Work from Home

By: Shantanu Washikar | Jul 25, 2013 Everyone wants the facilities like being able to be their own boss; flexible working hours; spending time with the family.

2 Topics You Must Accentuate in Your Interview

By: Dr. Jimmie Flores | Jul 24, 2013 The job market is demanding today, and your responses in an interview impact whether you are going to land the job, or whether it will go to someone else. The “most qualified” person is not always the person who is given the job. While your work experience is important, your ability to accentuate several key points is critical.

Everything You Need to Know to Become a Medical Registrar

By: Ethan Ryan | Jul 23, 2013 Actually, even for specialist training—this medical training level varies in specialty focus and specialist medical colleges. In some colleges, a specialist trainee may continue as a Registered Medical Officer while in training, while others begin as registrars already.

Why Medical Sales Will Make You Rich?

By: Ethan Ryan | Jul 6, 2013 Aside from dealing with people, their job also requires them to be on the road and travel a lot. They also need to keep a strict and often tight schedule to make efficient use of time. Most important of all, Medical Representatives need to possess a certain level of determination, persistence and persuasiveness.

Why Psychiatrists in Australia are Among the Best in the World

By: Ethan Ryan | Jul 4, 2013 Psychiatric service has always been an important provision in the Australian medical industry, and in the world as a whole. According to Focus on Psychiatry in Australia, published by the British Journal of Psychiatry, in the year 2000 there were about 2,000 practicing psychiatrists in the country, 80% of these are in private practice and most are located in the coast of the mainland. This number

How To Write A Job Winning Resume

By: Michael Smith | Jul 4, 2013 What we teach you is the correct methodology for answering questions so that you can comfortably answer any question that comes your way, WITHOUT having to memorize an answer. But the most important thing we teach you is to know thyself! That’s why we call it the “inner view.” You are your own expert. No one knows you better than you. A job interview is just about getting to know you.

Work from Home Careers with Vocational Training

By: Nancy Higgins | Jul 3, 2013 If you are on the lookout for genuine home-based work opportunities, you may know how frustrating the process can be. All you can find in the name of “work-at-home” jobs in the Sunday classifieds and on the Internet reek of scam. Before you give in the urge to try one of these options against your better judgment and out of sheer desperation, we have a few legitimate work-from-home job ideas y

Getting Started with Clinical Research and Clinical Trials

By: Ethan Ryan | Jul 1, 2013 Scientists, chemists and other medical practitioners who try to solve budding health issues by coming up with new medicines, treatment options and medical devices are always a comfort to know. And yet, amidst all their hard work, people often overlook the process by which these medical innovations are produced.

Top Schools For Information Sciences And Technology

By: steve allen | Jun 20, 2013 Some twenty years ago, people that are involved in computers are known as systems analysts or management information systems professionals. Today, it has been transformed to encompass non-computer systems and towards the formation of a total package.
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