[Histonet] Histopeep "Hatchlings" Advice for their first job hunt? Info on the Virtual NSH SC and some great job opportunities
relia1 at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 15 10:36:40 CDT 2020
I hope you are having a fantastic week!
Its that time of year again! All the new histopeeps are graduating and
looking for their very first histology job!!
Thursday morning I will be speaking to a group of histotechs that just
finished their externships and are starting their job search for their first
jobs in the histology field.
My question to you is:
What is your best piece of job hunting advice as they embark on their first
job search in Histology?
The NSH meeting is virtual this year. What a great way to get your CEUs
and network with other histology professionals without the expense of
travel. There are even group discounts available.
Here is a link for more information:
I have exciting full time histology opportunities nationwide and new
positions coming in daily.
My most exciting opportunities are located in:
Ø North Carolina
Ø New York
Histopeeps, if you or anyone you know are interested in hearing more about
any of these opportunities or have another type of position or area in mind
and would like some help in your job search please let me know. Just shoot
me an e-mail at relia1 at earthlink.net or give me a call toll free at
866-607-3542 or on my cell at 407-353-5070.
If you have any questions about the NSH Virtual Meeting contact me! If I
dont know the answer I know how to find the answer for YOU!
And if you have a second I would love to hear what you would like the new
grads to know about job hunting. Thanks again!!!
Right Time, Right Place, Right Move with RELIA!
Celebrating 15 years of service exclusively to the Histology Community!
Pam M. Barker
President/Senior Recruiting Specialist-Histology
Specialists in Allied Healthcare Recruiting
5703 Red Bug Lake Road #330
Winter Springs, FL 32708-4969
E-mail: relia1 at earthlink.net
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