Finding a job can be one of the most stressful parts of getting training for a new career. Not only are you focused on your current classes, but it’s always in the back of your mind whether or not you will be able to find a job when you have your certification. Fear not students getting medical assistant training! There is a new website made just for you!
A press release was just published on PR.com announcing a new website that is up and running for medical assistants to find available positions. “The website – www.medical-assistant-jobs.biz – helps match medical assistant job seekers to new career opportunities, while also offering ample online resources to aid job hunters in securing a new job in the healthcare industry.”
While you may be focusing on balancing school, family, work and a sliver of a social life right now, it’s great to store in the back of your mind resources that may become valuable once you finish your education. Not only does this site list job openings, but it also provides advice on creating a successful resume, writing a professional cover letter and sharpening your interview skills. Who couldn’t use a refresher course on these topics when entering the job market?!?
“The website also contains links to numerous government licensing organizations and blog listings of leading job search thought-leaders so job seekers can stay on top of training requirements and industry hiring trends. Furthermore, the job site also features links to numerous formal and informal professional organizations and groups so that job seekers can increase their networking possibilities,” explains the press release.
On a side note, one of my favorite places to go when I’m searching for a job (or furniture or wanting to sell a bigger ticket item) is Craigslist. This site doesn’t have all the bells and whistles, but it takes local job listings and connects you directly to the employer. Another site I love for job seeking advice is ScrubsMag.com and NurseZone.com. These sites have great advice for those in the medical field.
There are a ton of great resources out there for those in a medical assistant college. Talk to your teachers, friends and search the internet so you can plan for a successful future. Going to school is the first step; knowing where to look for the best jobs is the second.
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