Success In The Dental Field: How To Really Make Yourself Stand Out

Most dentists want to provide a high level of care for their patients and take pride in the quality of their practice. You’ll find success by caring for your patients and remaining ethical with your practices. If you want to stand out in the dental industry and attract more patients over time, there are a few important steps to take that are proven to be effective.

Treat Patients Like Royalty

According to dentaleconomics.com, you need to improve the experience for your patients since most people dread coming in for exams or procedures. “Currently, our number one request over the phone is for whitening. In agreeing to provide those wanted services, we know the needed services will follow. We found this change in communication to be surprisingly easy, and we created likeability, believability, and trust simply by working harder to give the patient what they asked for.”

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5 Resume Tips for Healthcare Employees

Typically, one of the first steps for landing a career in the healthcare field is to apply with a resume to your desired position. Even though the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects job growth of over 30% across the healthcare field in the next several years, you may not have an easy in depending on where you live. You must make sure that your resume gives you the edge that you need to win out over all the other applicants. [Continue reading]

Ways to Make a Happier Blue-Collar Workforce

Not enough is said about blue collar workers in the media today. While those in more prestigious industries are often written about, blue collar workers are the backbone of society and deserve more attention. If you oversee a staff of blue collar … [Continue reading]

The Most Outsourced Jobs in 2017

The term outsourcing represents a business partnership between a company and an individual (or company). In this partnership, they agree that the company will contract services from an outside provider who will be paid an agreed upon fee for their … [Continue reading]

Unemployment Down in March

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released their monthly Employment/Unemployment report for the month ending in March on April 7th.  The widely publicized Seasonally Adjusted U-3 Unemployment rate was 4.5% down from 4.7% in February. While … [Continue reading]

Whose Unemployment Numbers are Right?

Gallup vs. BLS Unemployment Numbers

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Gallup Survey people both generate numbers to help us understand the employment/unemployment situation. Unfortunately, they often present a different picture. Typically the BLS data presents a rosier … [Continue reading]

Housing Ace: 5 Ways to Prepare for a Job in Real Estate

Being a real estate agent can be a really great career for the right person. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the median salary for a Real Estate agent is $45,610 per year. Real estate brokers and sales agents help clients buy, … [Continue reading]

Preparing for a Healthcare Job Interview

Healthcare Job Interview

Looking for your first healthcare job is an exciting journey that may have a few bumps along the way. Although preparing and submitting a sleek resume is the first step of the process, the in-person interview may be the most important part. Good … [Continue reading]

New Unemployment Numbers- February

Average Weekly Earnings Chart

On Friday March 10th the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released their Employment and Unemployment numbers for February 2017. The media was making a big deal about these numbers because they represent the "First full month since Trump took … [Continue reading]

5 Digital Marketing Careers to Consider

Digital Marketing

You don’t need an insider to tell you that the world of digital marketing has been thriving for quite some time and that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future and, as this industry develops, so will the need for various experts in the … [Continue reading]