Sometimes changing jobs is inevitable. There are a myriad of reasons – your partner may have secured an opportunity of a lifetime, you may need to be a little closer to family as they need care or you decide that its time to step up, move ahead in your career and changing jobs is the most viable option. So, having made the big decision, it’s now time to start working on your Social Media strategy.
Vet & Pet Jobs eNews #57 In this week’s Vet & Pet Jobs eNews… Featured Jobs in Europe, the USA and Asia Pacific Breathing New Life Into Your Veterinary Career Join Our Regional Facebook Groups Our Snippets Of Vet & Pet News From Around The Web We all often focus on Veterinary people starting out or […]
So, it’s been about a decade since you graduated near the top of your Class in veterinary school, and five years since you really started hitting your professional stride. That’s great, but there’s something about going to work every day which is beginning to wear on you: there are just no surprises any more. Here are 8 ways to breath new life into your Veterinary career.
There is an accelerating trend towards recognition of Veterinary qualifications globally, partly driven by market forces and partly by the more nomadic “Millennial Generation” – so our Blog this week touches on a few ways to merge your wanderlust with your Veterinary work + this weeks’ featured Job Campaigns + our Snapshot of Vet and Pet News from around the web.
Research indicates that over 25% of workers report being high levels of burnout as a result of their jobs. And the field of veterinary medicine is not immune to this trend. Vet nurses, in particular, are subject to burnout as a result of the daily stressors you face. Discover some key tips to overcoming stress as a Vet Nurse.
We created these regional Facebook and LinkedIn groups to help you share job opportunities, work availability and locum gigs in a more structured way – open to everyone, job seekers, employers and recruiters – join up now!
People who are drawn to being Veterinary and Pet Care professionals have an innate need to help others. You aspire to make life better by providing a great quality of life for our pets. While your motivation is noble, and to be admired, it also sets you up for work-life balance issues. Discover more…
Change is hard. For you as well as your team. Priming your team by communicating and involving them in the process can make transitioning much easier.
Whether you’re a fresh out of university Graduate Vet, an experienced Clinician with decades of experience or a Vet Nurse with oodles of practical experience, when it comes time to make your next career step, your resume must include these five critical elements.