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Career Choices for a Healthcare Manger
Kayla Brienen
Rasmussen College

Author Note This paper is being submitted on July 10, 2014, for Lisa Reed’s B136/GEB1011Section 09 Introduction to Business course.

Career Choices for a Healthcare Manager
There are many career choices a person could go into when becoming a healthcare manager, which I will begin to discuss.
CareerBuilder has an easy to access advice and resource tab containing different links to concepts one might need assistance with when applying for a job. For example, there is a link “TheWorkBuzz.com” that will take you to their site and teach you how to search for a job, how to network successfully, how to write a cover letter and resume, what an employer is looking for in an interview, and lastly when and how to negotiate salary appropriately. CareerBuilder has all the available jobs listed in searchable categories such as management, healthcare, and accounting. In addition to searchable categories, the site has particular companies that are looking for employees and if a person is unsure what they want to do, there is a generic category of the city or state you may wish to work.
Monster also has an easy to access career resource page. This website mainly discusses how to write a resume. The networking offered by Monster allows a person to see who they might know that is working at company of interest along with average salaries based on occupation and location. Monster allows the user to search for jobs by different categories similar to CareerBuilder. Monster went more in-depth allowing the search ability for full or part time jobs, along with other job types such as seasonal or temporary. There is a “more options” tab which allows the user to select a degree or educational level completed and years of experience, filtering out even more jobs.
With my future degree in healthcare…...

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