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10 Traits Hospitals Look for in Physicians

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Hospitals screen for several soft skills when hiring physicians. Demonstrating these 10 traits may help you land your ideal locum tenens assignment or permanent position.

Reasons to Go Into Locums After Residency

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About to finish your residency? Here’s why increasing numbers of Gen Z and Millennial providers are choosing the locum tenens lifestyle – right out of residency.

Stress-Free Travel for Locum Tenens Providers

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Here are our top tips for stress-free travel, whether you’re flying or driving to your next locum tenens assignment.

10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Next Medical Career Fair

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Attending a physician career fair? Here’s how to optimize your experience.

Discussing Your Locums Lifestyle with Friends and Family

Discussing Your Locums Lifestyle with Friends and Family

If your family and friends haven’t yet seen the light, here’s how to convince them that being a locum tenens provider is an ideal career choice for you as a physician or APP.

Looking for Stability and Security? Make Locums Your Full-Time Career.

Looking for Stability and Security

Some providers see locum tenens assignments as temporary work that won’t provide a steady income. That’s just not the case! Here’s how you can make locum tenens a stable, secure full-time career!

Do You Have What It Takes to Work in Surgery as a Locums PA or NP?

Hero blog Is Surgery a Good Path

Advanced practice providers: Thinking of taking a locums assignment in the field of surgery? Find out whether it’s the right match for you.

Soft Skills for Nurse Practitioners

Hero blog Soft Skills for Nurse Practitioners

Soft skills are essential for your success as a nurse practitioner. Learn why employers and recruiters look for soft skills and how you can strengthen yours.

Tips for Your CV as We Start the New Year

Tips for Your CV

Physicians, give your CV some TLC. Here are quick tips on how to improve your curriculum vitae as we head into the new year.

CRNA, NP or PA: Which Career Path Is Right for You?

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Wondering whether to pursue a career as a nurse anesthetist (CRNA), nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA)? Read on to learn more about each profession and to discover the ideal fit for you.


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