Certain Skills That Can Give You a Leg Up in the Medical Job Market

Healthcare occupations run the gamut from nurses and pharmacists to medical coders and transcriptionists. Each one has different employment requirements, but these shouldn’t act as the be-all and end-all of your resume. There are other skills that you can learn to make yourself attractive as a job applicant in the medical field.

Data Analytics

Data analytics is a field of study dedicated to collecting information, identifying trends, drawing conclusions, and proposing fact-based solutions to problems. It’s used in many industries besides healthcare, but health data analytics is growing by the day as medicine becomes increasingly digital. You can take both online and traditional courses for it, and many programs offer certifications that you can use to boost your credentials. The most well-known is the Certified Health Data Analyst (CHDA).


If you’re hoping to have a career in medical billing or coding, this is an essential skill. However, it’s also Read more

Recruitment can be easier with automated recruitment software! Read to know

Recruitment is considered as an essential part for building a strong team. Organizations build talent acquisition teams to scale out the qualified candidates and source them for long term engagement in the organization. Earlier the recruitment process comprised tracking applications, scheduling interviews and contacting candidates one on one. Which initially consumed a lot of time of the human resources team. 

With the introduction of recruitment software the time consuming process tamed down. With time these software evolved to provide better solutions. One of the major developments that has been witnessed with time is automation of these processes.

Let’s take a few little steps to understand to understand how automation has enhanced recruitment software and made hiring easier than ever:

The basic step to gain better understanding is by gaining a better insight into “what is automated recruitment software?”

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Let’s Decode The Future of Human Resources

The enormous worldwide magnitude of the coronavirus pandemic has led to disruption becoming the new norm in several aspects of life. It is no news that COVID-19 has caused a notable transformation in the way companies carried out operations, particularly human resources. One good thing that happened after the outbreak of this pandemic is businesses expediting their use of HR tech and finding new ways to maximize its value. 

We all are well aware of the fact that the lockdown has signaled a paradigm shift to what is now called the “new normal”- a sudden shift from offices to virtual workplaces. This, in turn, has increased the need for HR digitalization that was never seen before this health crisis. As a result, more and more businesses in India are now relying on automated software for HR management. 

All that said, let’s dive into the blog and discuss three major changes Read more

Women in Engineering: A Level Playing Field?

According to the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), women only make up 12.37% of all engineers in the UK. Considering that a higher number of girls than boys achieve a grade A*-C in all STEM A-Levels except chemistry, there is a clear disjunction when these young girls begin their careers. The engineering industry is often considered stereotypically masculine, and this outdated image may be off-putting to many women who would otherwise thrive in an engineering role. Various businesses and non-profit initiatives are striving to create a level playing field for women in engineering. However, the current gender gap still begs the questions: what is stopping more women pursuing a career in engineering? Is this trend changing? And, importantly, are we doing enough to encourage women down this crucial and rewarding career path?

Getting women into STEM subjects

As our society changes to disprove dated gender stereotypes, industries such as engineering are … Read more

How Empowering Young Women Can Solve the STEM Shortage

The UK is experiencing a shortage of workers within the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) sectors. So much so, according to the UK Commission for Employment & Skills, companies are struggling to employ professionals for 43 per cent of these vacancies.  

In 2021, women accounted for only 10 per cent of the workforce. Therefore, in order to solve the shortage, professional and governmental bodies can work towards equalising the gender gap within STEM.

Here, we will explore how empowering young women from an early age and developing opportunities within the workplace can inspire the next generation of STEM workers.

Improving access for girls within the education system

To solve the shortage of workers within STEM, educational bodies can encourage girls to take part in these subjects as children. Throughout history, STEM subjects have been considered stereotypically masculine, and this has amounted to girls disassociating themselves from these subjects.

In … Read more