ExploreHealthCareers.org Newsletter

May, 2017

Modern Healthcare reported last week that health care hiring jumped by 19,500 jobs in April. Not surprising when you consider the Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis expects it to be the fastest growing employment industry between 2014 and 2024. This month, we highlight careers in promising health care fields, provide prep for dental school applicants and help you find a job.

4 Tips to Survive (and Love) Your First Year as a Nurse.

Registered nurse Jamille Cañano has figured out how to balance the demands of her intense profession and how to love the job as well! Fortunately for those considering this career path, she has a few tips to help you do the same.

Horseshoe Crabs & Public Health: They’re Surprisingly Connected.

From horseshoe crabs to paper cups, you may be surprised to hear how everyday objects contribute to health and well-being. Learn more about the part public health careers play in making our society as healthy as possible.

ADEA AADSAS® Prep Day Live – First Access to Important ADEA AADSAS Application Videos!

Applying to dental school this June? Don’t miss ADEA AADSAS® Prep Day Live on May 21, where you will have the exclusive chance to review valuable presentations before they are made available to the public. Topics include: What’s New with ADEA AADSAS; The ADEA AADSAS Fee Assistance Program (FAP); ADEA AADSAS Coursework and Perquisites; and the ADA Dental Admission Test (DAT). Don’t miss out; register today on ADEA GoDental.

Spotlight on Audiology.

Hearing loss affects as many as 48 million individuals in the U.S., or just over 20 percent of the adult population. Help see what causes it — and how to prevent it — with a career that specializes in communication sciences and disorders.

Make a Difference for Women.

Maternal and child health professionals work to promote women’s health, healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. Find out more about this critical public health specialty.

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