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The Joint Commission's Healthcare Staffing Services Certification Gold Seal of Approval

The Forum Group is proud to announce we have earn The Joint Commission's Healthcare Staffing Services Certification Gold Seal of Approval. The Joint Commission has been accrediting hospitals and other healthcare entities since its inception in 1951, with a focus on the delivery of high quality, safe patient care. The Forum Group considers it a great honor and achievement to receive and hold this award. We continually strive to provide Healthcare Professionals that promote patient…

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The Forum Group is proud to place Karina Soto as a Medicine Clerkship Coordinator at NYU Langone Health. Karina Soto recently completed her BS in Health Policy Administration with a minor in information science and technology at Penn State University. Being a recent graduate Karina was having a tough time with her job search due to lack of experience in a full-time role. Working in the healthcare industry, helping to provide care for people in…

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The Forum Group recently had the great pleasure of partnering with Kelly Reidy. After two years in Legal Marketing, Kelly’s top priority was to find an organization that would foster her growth in a positive work environment; a place where she could learn from a team of experienced legal professionals. The Forum Group is proud to have worked with Kelly and successfully place her as an Events Coordinator at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld…

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Forum thanks our Veterans & Active Military Personnel

The Forum Group is honored to support the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. Over the last year the Forum Group, a veteran owned firm, has raised money through our monthly ‘Jeans Day’ initiative. On Sunday September 24th the Forum Group toured the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and presented the Fallen Heroes Fund with a check of $4,000. We would like to thank the entire Forum team and alumni that took part in this meaningful…

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Stephanie Weldon is a Forum Group Success Story. She began with The Forum Group as a temp back in February 2017, and recently received permanent placement at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She works as Assistant to the head of the Tumor Division. The New Jersey native has a strong passion for healthcare administration, so she couldn’t be more thrilled with her new position. “Each day that I have been at MSK, I have learned…

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re Questioning Your Career Path

Source: The Museopens in a new window

You’re not completely sold that you’re on the right career path, but the idea of making a change is daunting. There are so many unknowns, and we all know the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. Plus, if you do decide to change course, you may have to take a step back to develop necessary skills. The time and energy required to transition into the right career path may be valid concerns, but…

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Mobile Developers – A Career on the Rise

Americans are increasingly using their mobile phones for so much more than calling and texting. Cell phone and tablet use has expanded to include everything from searching the internet, paying bills, playing and purchasing music, reading books, managing calendars, playing games and more. reports that in 2014, 36 percent of smartphone and 45 percent of tablet users had purchased at least one app for their mobile device. According to industry figures, the number of mobile…

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The Future is Promising for Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapy is a growing industry for careers today and it is expected to expand even further in years to come.  Historically, occupational therapists worked with injured, ill, or disabled patients to help these patients develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily living and working.  However, as people live longer and remain more active later in life, occupational therapists are now needed more often to help senior citizens maintain their independence as well…

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Interested in a Career in the Growing Tech Field?

If you are looking for a career in the information technology (IT) field, but don’t know where to start, let a specialized recruiting company’s expert staffing specialists get you started on the right path. Staffing specialists help with medical staffing, legal staffing and support, accounting and finance recruitment, IT staffing, and more. In fact, more than 3 million employees work for America’s staffing companies during an average week, and during the course of one year,…

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What kind of job are you looking for?

Types of Information Technology Jobs Network Engineer: A network engineer designs computer networks, focusing on high-level design. They select and configure data communications components. This position generally requires a candidate to have a bachelor’s degree in network administration, information technology, or computer science. In addition to a degree, one may also choose to earn an IT certificate in networking like the Microsoft Network Engineer certificate and/or the Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Service Delivery Manager: A service…

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Internal Controls Increase the Demand for Internal Auditors

Tighter Regulations Boost Auditing Careers Advanced technology and tighter regulations continue to change the face of business. As a result, the need for greater controls and stringent internal audits has risen significantly in the business industry. The growing overall economy and an increasingly complex tax and regulatory environment have led to a strong demand for internal auditors.  As the economy grows, auditors are needed to examine financial records, evaluate internal or external controls, identify potential…

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Source: Emmelieopens in a new window, October 11, 2016

Your resume is important, because every piece of paper or profile that is associated with you helps to make you more marketable. If you can master a good resume and how to sell yourself on paper, you can sell yourself in your side hustle, for speaking engagements and other opportunities. Job seeker or entrepreneur, your resume is not to be ignored. By now you should know that whatever you learned about creating a resume design is…

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My 10 Best Pieces Of Career Advice For Millennials

Source: Forbesopens in a new window, October 17, 2016

Giving advice to millennials is extremely important to me because I am one of them and even though the economy was better back in 2006, it took me eight months to find a marketing job. I succeeded because I started six months before graduation, collected eight internships, seven leadership positions on campus and graduated with honors. I failed because I didn’t know how to build and leverage relationships. Either way, I learned a lot about…

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10 Experts Share the Best Career Advice They Ever Received

Source: US Newsopens in a new window, February 1, 2016

Top-notch job advice can help you make smart decisions, advance your career and keep your spirits high when work gets tough. We tapped seasoned career experts, including college career counselors, authors and CEOs, for the  best career advice they've ever received. Their edited responses are below. Debra Lybyer, director of career and advising services, Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho Treat everyone you meet as a potential employer, every task you complete as part of your interview and keep…

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