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How Allied Travel Jobs Can Enhance Your Resume

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Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018


 By Michael O’Leary, Contributor
Let’s face it, you worked hard to earn your degree and land your first allied health job. You know the potential for career growth and advancement is great, but knowing how to start can be daunting. (published site)
Whether you are a physical therapist, speech language pathologist, or medical technologist, you should CONSIDER your career options with allied travel jobs from Club Staffing as a way to build your resume and accelerate your career advancement.  

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How Much Do Clinical Laboratory Scientists Make?

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The unsung critical members of the healthcare team are the clinical laboratory scientists (CLS) that physicians, surgeons, and other providers depend on to test and analyze blood, body fluids, tissues, or other substances. (published site)

Club Staffing is recruiting CLSs and other allied healthcare professionals for jobs across the U.S. CONSIDER your career options for clinical laboratory scientist with a travel position through Club Staffing. Our experienced recruiters are here to help guide you as you build your career.

NASW resources for understanding new social worker code of ethics

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Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) adopted an updated code of ethics at the Delegate Assembly last year, which took effect Jan. 1, 2018. It is the first update to the NASW code of ethics since 2008 and the first major revision since 1996. Many practicing professionals have asked what prompted the new social worker code ethics, and why now? (published site)

Physical Therapists and the Rising Cases of Sexual Harassment

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Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018

PT Rising Cases of Sexual Harrassment

A new study in the Nov. 1, 2017 journal Physical Therapy shows that sexual harassment of physical therapists by patients is widespread and common.
More than 80 percent of physical therapists report that patients are touching them inappropriately. Here's what a new study says. (published site)

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