Collapse Mark as Read RE Job Hunting Jessica Whaley Email this Author 1162016

Collapse mark as read re job hunting jessica whaley

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Job Hunting Jessica Whaley Email this Author 1/16/2016 9:00:38 PM When I started DeVry my goal was to get my bachelor's in healthcare administration and management and about two months ago I changed my concentration to Health Informatics The reason I did this was because I realized that I enjoyed analyzing data especially in the healthcare. I have been in the healthcare industry since 1995 and I've done so many different
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administrative duties. One thing that stood out to me is that I enjoyed the technology piece of it and working in databases. I encouraged my co-worker to start classes in DeVry and she encouraged me to change my concentration to Health Informatics. I found a website that lists job titles for people with a master's degree and bachelor's degree in health informatics and it's very helpful. Along with the title it gives a brief overview of the potential job responsibilities and some list potential salary information. - health-informatics-salary/#.VpsPQCorLIU Collapse Mark as Read RE: Job Hunting Christina Gray Email this Author 1/13/2016 6:25:21 AM Hey Steven, I am working towards a career in IT also. What I like most about this particular career field is there is so many options to choose from and various positions in the field. Collapse Mark as Read RE: Job Hunting Jessica Whaley Email this Author 1/11/2016 11:11:50 AM About 15 years ago I used a recruiting agency but that was because I responded to a job ad on an online newspaper posting and it turned out that the company was using a recruiting agency to filter out job applicants. At the time I remember getting frustrated having to deal with a recruiting agency instead of the company directly because it seemed like an extra step. The last two jobs I've had were through word of mouth and just by working with other people and them liking my work ethic. I find that now a lot of places have online career searches and post jobs via LinkedIn and other career websites like Indeed.com. I think these are effective ways to search for jobs because you can use a search engine to sort through potential jobs and filter out things that you are not interested in. I still see local jobs posted in the weekly paper by my house but I find this to be the least effective method for job hunting for me personally because I don't ever read it since I'm too busy working and doing school. It's way easier for me to look online during my break or lunch hour.
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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Job Hunting Keyamo Fuller Email this Author 1/11/2016 6:11:21 PM My job hunting consists of job posting engineer like indeed or usajob.gov. I also go directly to the source the hospital because there are position that may not be posted on a search engine but is on the company website. I ask around also been in the medical many offices are always mentioning opening and if anyone is looking for a job. What funny is that my co-worker know I am in school and graduating soon and they are already talking about
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