Looking Toward the Future

Hello Readers,
It's that time of year again – the first quarter has come to a close, tax season is nearly behind us, and best of all, especially for those who experienced a particularly brutal winter, summer is right around the corner!
Healthcare remained one of the leading industries throughout the first quarter of 2015, posting solid job gains of 84,000 during the quarter. The pace of…

Looking Toward the Future

Hello Readers,

It’s that time of year again – the first quarter has come to a close, tax season is nearly behind us, and best of all, especially for those who experienced a particularly brutal winter, summer is right around the corner!

Healthcare remained one of the leading industries throughout the first quarter of 2015, posting solid job gains of 84,000 during the quarter. The pace of change however, requires that we stay looking ahead and preparing for the future. Here at Acclivity, we believe that forward thinking is the best way to get and stay ahead of the curve, as it prepares us for what’s coming next and helps us set and achieve goals. So, whether you are looking to advance your career or anticipate the next business trend, take some time today to think about what you want to accomplish and begin working to make it a reality!

We are happy to welcome you to the 40th edition of the Acclivity Health Report, your go-to source for job search advice, hiring and employment trends, and breaking healthcare news. In this issue, in addition to top news stories and a few of our hottest jobs, is an Ask the Experts section with particularly interesting articles. The first, Mastering the Elevator Pitch, introduces job seekers to a hugely important tool, explains its importance, and outlines the steps necessary to create and perfect it. The second article, 6 Creative E-Recruitment Ideas to Help You Attract the Top Candidates, outlines ways that hiring managers can implement digital technology in order to hire the best available talent.

We hope you enjoy this issue of the Acclivity Health Report, and wish you nothing but the best in your journey forward. We strive to provide our subscribers with information and tools that will help them achieve career success, so any input you have on ways to improve our newsletter is welcome and appreciated. Please leave any feedback here.

Ted French
President & Founder
Acclivity Healthcare