Getting a Foot in the Door: How the Right Job Placement Agency Works For You
As a healthcare professional, your skills are in demand. But, that doesn’t mean you have the job you’ve always wanted. Maybe you are unhappy with your shift, or the culture in your current position doesn’t match you as a person, or maybe you are looking for advancement opportunities. That sounds like a lot of nurses and therapists today, but the perceived pain and aggravation of the job search process keeps them right where they are punching the clock.
That exact feeling of dread with the job search process is the very reason you should be partnering with a reputable job PLACEMENT agency. Organizations, like Supplemental Health Care, have a national reach through a network of local offices around the country and partnerships with many of the biggest and best healthcare systems. The right job placement agency takes the dread out of the search process by helping healthcare professionals get noticed by the people who can make a difference in their career. The search process doesn’t have to be a huge drain on your time and energy because you have trained placement professionals working for you and providing support every step of the way.
Whether you are between jobs or just starting out and are looking to find a job quickly, a job placement agency has all of the right contacts and access to information about opportunities, many times before they are even posted. Essentially, you can say goodbye to the days where you send 100 resumes out into the atmosphere and desperately wait for a phone call or email. Your placement professional works to understand your skills, needs, and career goals and gets your resume in front of the right people.
Not to be undervalued is the personal support that is available through the right job placement agency. When they are working for you, they are getting to know you and understand you as an individual. We have all been engaged in the lonely, impersonal job search process with hours spent searching through job sites and tracking down second-hand rumors of who is hiring and who isn’t. Your placement professional works with you one-on-one, responding to your questions and concerns and taking the time to help you sharpen your interview skills and resume. The bottom line is that you will not be alone in your job search!
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