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Please help MyHCN welcome this week's guest blogger, Amy Klimek of ZipRecruiter.
What Employers Look for in Recent Graduates
Whether you will graduate soon and are anxious to land your coveted first job or have recently graduated and are still navigating the health job market, understanding what employers…Continue
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This week, MyHCN is honored to welcome Dr. Elayne Chou as a guest blogger to talk about the importance of career assessments in both your career and your life. In our 9-step Framework, Assessment & Discovery comes in at Step Two in finding your authentic career (and life) path. After Exposing yourself to the health careers out there, it is absolutely vital to pause and assess yourself, your goals, your interests and your talents in order to find…Continue
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Please help MyHCN welcome Carly Dell, this week's guest blogger.
Social Media: Networking at Your Fingertips
Social media has revolutionized the way today’s professionals network. Between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, there is a large social media community built around health care topics, issues, and jobs. Whether you are looking for a…Continue
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This week, MyHCN welcomes Janet Chu, giving her perspective on pursuing both public health AND medicine.
“Why did you want to pursue a Masters in Public Health?”
Having recently started my Masters in Public Health (MPH) at Berkeley, I have been asked this question many times in the last few weeks. Even as I heard myself reiterating excerpts from my personal statement, I…Continue
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Our thanks to this week's guest blogger, Noelle Pineda. This is her story.
Public health or medicine? Public health and medicine? Public health then medicine? Medicine then public health?