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The healthcare industry is booming right now and it’s expected to grow exponentially over the next few decades.According to government sources, healthcare spending in the U.S. is projected to grow to $4.1 trillion within the next six years and will account for over 20% of the Gross Domestic Product (GPD).A fortunate side-effect of this projection is that the medical industry will also create over $3 million new jobs by 2020, so it’s certainly a good time to consider a career as a nurse, medical assistant, or other healthcare professional.
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Interviewing requires candidates distinguish themeselves from their competition. Use Personal Branding strategies to "stand-out" and get hired.
Management development is an effort (effectively planned) that will enhance both the learner’s (hopeful manager) capacity and capabilities to manage an organization and quite possibly themselves. The most frequently cited skills of effective managers are: effective and concise communication; problem definition, identification, solving; and influencing and ultimately motivating others. Much of these aforementioned skills can be taught through training and development programs. Management development envelops the idea of training, in order for management development to occur there needs to be some sort of training in place, often offered by the company they are employed by.