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The 19 Best Real Estate Apps for Agents & Brokers in 2019

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By: Tiffanie Drayton
April 3, 2019
April 3, 2019

We asked a group of real estate experts to share what they think are the best apps for agents and brokers to manage the chaos of their 9-to-5s. Here are the 19 best apps our experts recommended for everything from accessing listings to managing teams. Read More

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By: Tiffanie Drayton

Real Estate Diaries: A Week in the Life of a Broker Making $500K a Year

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By: Jerriann Sullivan
March 28, 2019
March 28, 2019

We asked a real estate broker who makes $500K/year to anonymously share a week of his life with us, diary-style. From running his brokerage to making time for family, the broker gives us his insights and strategies for managing it all. Read More

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By: Jerriann Sullivan

How To Deal With Imposter Syndrome as a Healthcare Professional

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH
March 27, 2019
March 27, 2019

Imposter syndrome affects all sorts of professionals, most notably healthcare practitioners. The key is to understand what imposter syndrome is, how it makes you feel, and how to overcome those feelings. Read More

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH

Networking in Nursing: Here's How To Find Your Next Job

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH
March 27, 2019
March 27, 2019

We'll walk you through what networking is and why it's important for nurses to do it. We'll also outline some useful networking strategies and some examples of how you can implement them with your own network. Read More

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH

Everything You Need To Know Before You Start Nursing Clinicals

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By: Lisa Fields
March 27, 2019
March 27, 2019

Clinicals can seem intimidating at first, but they don't have to be. We asked Nurse Mo Osuna, BSN, RN, to share her thoughts on what nursing students need to expect and prepare for, plus some tips for surviving clinicals. Read More

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By: Lisa Fields

Charting by Exception: What To Be Aware Of When Taking Shortcuts

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By: Lauren Garcia
March 13, 2019
March 13, 2019

Charting by exception is a technique many nurses depend on, but it can create risks if not done properly. This article will walk you through some considerations you should be aware of when using a technique like CBE. Read More

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By: Lauren Garcia

Nurse Bullying: What It Is & How To Stop It

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH
March 8, 2019
March 8, 2019

Statistics show that more than one in six new nurses leave their first jobs within a year. But it’s not just the pressure coming from doctors or patients that can lead nurses to leave the profession. Nurse-to-nurse bullying can push people out, too. Read More

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By: Robyn Correll, MPH

10 Nurse Practitioner Specialties That Make $100K or More

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By: Sarah Stasik
February 15, 2019
February 15, 2019

We’ve crunched the numbers and found 10 of the highest-paying nurse practitioner specialties that could help you earn more than $100,000 a year. Read More

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By: Sarah Stasik

Managing nursing staff in today’s market is a constant balancing act between resources and needs. It can be a frustrating task, but a solid staffing plan or matrix can make it just a bit easier. Read More

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By: Sarah Stasik

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