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According to this article– the 20 most lucrative jobs in the country include quite a few positions in the medical and healthcare field!
https://www.forbes.com/sites/karstenstrauss/2017/01/10/the-20-highest-paying-jobs-in-america-in-2017

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Making a new hire can be challenging. Keeping the interview process less rigid will help both you and the candidate feel more comfortable and it will offer you a deeper understanding of the person with whom you could be having a long and prosperous working relationship.
https://www.staffingsoft.com/ssblog/what-you-need-to-know-before-making-an-offer-to-a-potential-employee/

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Here are the top ten complaints heard when the recruitment process with an agency goes wrong. These complaints are often valid, though the reasons behind them may be more complex than is apparent. We know, however, that the right preparation, the right tools, and the right mindset can solve all of these recruiting issues
https://www.staffingsoft.com/ssblog/top-10-complaints-about-recruiters/

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The process of negotiating a job offer between the candidate and client can be one of the toughest tasks that a recruiter will face. In some cases, the candidate may have an unrealistic impression of their worth in the marketplace or the client may not have a realistic idea of what the particular role should pay
https://www.staffingsoft.com/ssblog/negotiating-an-offer-of-employment-2/

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Employee Burnout! Compensation and workload are major culprits. Unfair compensation (41 percent), an unreasonable workload (32 percent) and too much overtime / after-hours work (32 percent) are the top three contributors to employee burnout, according to HR leaders in this study.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/groupthink/2017/02/01/the-biggest-workplace-challenge-employee-burnout/

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"Discipline or Motivation?" as the Author of this article indicates you need both to success but in my opinion you need to have discipline first, motivation can get you there faster.

Discipline is what drives a person to succeed when faced with adversity. Discipline drives you to do the work you don't enjoy, but is required. Discipline conquers fear. Discipline keeps you going when your curiosity, motivation, and excitement evaporate.
https://www.inc.com/john-rampton/which-is-better-discipline-or-motivation.html

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Businesses are competing for the best talent. Remember that great perks are very attractive, but they also help you to create a better working environment and retain valuable staff.
https://www.staffingsoft.com/ssblog/10-must-have-perks-to-attract-top-talent/

The one thing Hiring Managers do not want to hear as much as anything else, is that an employee tells them they don't know how to do something! Great, "Google it!".
Successful people never refer to their job descriptions or titles as defense for why they shouldn't learn. So for those of you who are looking for a job, please mention that you are "comfortable with ambiguity" and "don't need to wait for training before you hit the ground running."
https://www.inc.com/quora/the-1-thing-that-makes-you-look-seriously-unprofe.html

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A hiring manager that takes his or her time evaluating candidates profiles without any hidden biases avoids costly hiring mistakes.
https://www.staffingsoft.com/ssblog/rushing-to-judgement-could-cost-you-a-great-hire/

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Study shows people seem to only wear out their self-control and consequently their motivation if they’re grinding away at one task for too long. But when they can switch between tasks, they find motivation again

https://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2017/09/27/how-to-stay-motivated-longer-with-a-little-help-from-science/
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