Workforce Issues and the Future of Pediatrics
By Lewis R. First, MD, FAAP, Editor, Pediatrics
The changing workforce in Pediatrics is reflected by the annual residency match data from the American Board of Pediatrics showing more women headed into pediatrics than ever before, and the fellowship data suggesting that there are specialties that would benefit from more pediatricians training to meet the needs of that specialty.
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Help Me Help You: A Relationship That Will Add Value to Your Job Search and Career
By Glenda Church Smith, Pediatric Search Partners
Certain relationships without question make life easier. One should always know a top-notch physician, dentist, CPA, realtor and attorney. But a recruiter? That one sometimes leaves physicians scratching their heads.
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PedJobs in the News
Good news! PedJobs has partnered with Career Matching Services, Inc. to add a new element to the career matching process. A new resource for employers and job seekers, The Career Matching Assessment ToolSM is based on workplace goals, work style, and compatibility.
What does this mean for job seekers? Now you can match your work ethic with a potential employer’s corporate culture with just a quick questionnaire. The January issue of The Business Journal details the partnership.