JOB SEEKERS BLOG

Tal Healthcare has Launched a New Website

March 12, 2019 – Tal Healthcare is proud to announce the launch of their new website which coincides with the expansion of their role as a leader in healthcare recruitment and team building. The new website provides a clear message of who they are, what they stand for and where their vision lies when developing healthcare […]

In the News: Tal Turns Thirteen

February 13, 2019 – Tal Healthcare is celebrating thirteen years of recruitment and team building. For thirteen years Tal Healthcare has been making it their mission to help professionals on the East Coast and throughout the United States grow strong teams, find perfect opportunities and take their careers to the next level.   Written by: […]

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year for a Job Search

Hiring doesn’t stop for the holidays, and neither should your job search. The holiday season offers some definite advantages for job seekers. Get your holiday cheer on and start your job search. Perks of a Holiday Job Search: 1. Less competition: Because other job seekers are distracted with holiday gatherings, travel or shopping, there is less competition for […]

Use Gratitude to Grow and Nurture Your Network

Thank you notes are critical in helping to grow and nurture your network.

9 Ways Nurse Practitioners are Transforming Medicine

November 11-17 is National Nurse Practitioner (NP) week. 

Preparing for Behavioral Interview Questions

Behavioral Interview questioning is now a part of most job interviews.

Phenomenal Physician Assistant Interview Tips

Physician Assistant job interviews can be challenging.

60 Power Words for Resume Success

Your resume is the most critical tool for landing an interview.

8 Steps for Building Resilience and Finding Career Success

Resilience is the inner strength to weather unexpected obstacles and setbacks. It is critical for long-term success.

How to Be More Captivating with Each Interview

Progressing through multiple interview rounds: many executive or C-Suite level job interviews involve several rounds on multiple days. 

Ignite Your Career Like a Firework

Is your career ready for a boost?

The Perfect Post-Interview Thank You Email

Sending a thank you note via email after an interview is not just good manners. it is mandatory. 

Don’t be an April Fool: Avoid These 12 Interview Mistakes

Interviewing is a nerve-racking experience.  So much is at stake and so much can go wrong.  Here is a list of twelve mistakes that will prevent you from moving forward in the interview process.  If you want the best possible results from your job interview, this is your list of what you need to avoid. […]

Are You Lucky? Six Steps to Creating Luck

Can you learn to be lucky? Can luck play a role in your career success?

9 Secrets for a Successful Skype Interview

If you are in the market for a new job, you need to be prepared for a video (Skype or Facetime) interview.

New Year Prescription for Well-Being: 10 Tips to Build Your Best Future

This is a career prescription for living your healthiest and most productive year.

Don’t Be Afraid of the Interview – Ask Brilliant Questions

The interview process can be scary unless you are prepared. 

Career Mistakes to Avoid

There are career mistakes that can easily destroy all of your hard work.

Seeking Independence at Work?

Independence Day is here.  Are you striving for more independence at work?

8 Secrets to Acing the Interview

Moving Beyond the First Interview and on to the Next Steps

How Do I Brag About My Work Without Being Obnoxious?

Getting recognized for your work is a challenge in any career. If you’re modest it becomes even more difficult.

Why You Want a Mobile Recruiter

Have you worked with a recruiter lately who seemed to have all the answers at their fingertips at any given time?

What You Should Ask Your Physician Recruiter

Key Questions That Have Nothing to Do With Practicing Medicine

How a Physician Can Write a User-Friendly CV

Make Your CV Easier to Read and More Likely to Work

Against Counteroffers

6 Reasons You’re Better Off Walking

Learning From Physician Burnout

Most physicians think they are burning out – over 60% in a recent survey. 6% reported severe burnout. Is this crisis just a collection of individuals with problems? Or purely a consequence of EHR and bureaucratic tasks?

What Not to Do at a Job Interview in Four Lists

A “list of lists” that collects thought pieces on what not to do in interview situations, meant to help people seeking opportunities. Above all, one principle holds through all the lists.

Who Markets Your Healthcare Career?

Language, visuals, messaging: who assembles the complete package of your healthcare career into a marketed “product” and how well are they doing it? With a search firm, you have an organization to represent your strengths and advocate for you in many ways.

4 Labor Day Tips to Advance Your Career

Labor Day can be a time to reevaluate, so take the time away to review 4 tips from TAL Healthcare.