There’s no doubt that registered nursing can be one of the most rewarding professions that a person can choose. However, being a Registered Nurse (RN) can also be one of the most stressful jobs in today’s demanding health care field.
Patients rely on registered nurses for many things,…

People have an obsession with living longer. Books and movies centering around immortal characters are constantly being released because nobody, including medical assistants, enjoys the thought of death. So, while the search for the fountain of youth is still underway, researchers continue to…

A resume is your first opportunity to impress employers in the health care industry. Learn how to create a persuasive medical resume, highlighting your passion and experience, to open doors to your dream career in health care.

Medical careers can be some of the most rewarding occupations for…

Stress is a commonly shared emotion among medical assistant students. The constant coursework, family needs, social events, part-time jobs and extracurricular activities can turn life into a balancing act with each new activity precariously being added to the pile. In fact, a study conducted…

For many there are very few more stressful events than their first day/shift in a new job. The butterflies in the stomach the night before, the self-doubt that creeps in, the desire to hide under the covers and not get out of bed that first morning… Trust me when I say that if you suffer from…

A report just released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) announced that in April 2015 the number of job openings across the country reached 5.4 million, the highest level since December 2000 when the BLS started publishing that data. The total number of people employed (nonfarm…

By the time you graduate and leave Carrington, you should have done a fair amount of interview prep, either on your own initiative, with the Careers Services team, or both. There’s always a lot of focus on getting the invaluable first job interview, but what happens when you nail that meeting…