How Networking Can Boost Your Career

From social media messaging to in-person networking, there’s no shortage of ways that people can network to discuss job opportunities. But if you’re looking to network, you need to know there are right and wrong ways to do it. If done properly, networking can mean the difference between success and failure. Even if you have… Read more »

6 Tips for Networking the Right Way

Networking is important to growing professionally in your career. But ultimately, it can be a hard skill to master — and doing it incorrectly could hurt your network instead of helping it. Here are six tips for networking the right way so you get the most out of your networking opportunities. 1. Focus on relationships, not the… Read more »

5 Mistakes You’re Making Right Now on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a wonderful platform. It allows professionals from all over the world to network, interact, promote their services and more. But if you’re new to LinkedIn, it might seem like an intimidating place. What should you say? What should you not say? What’s appropriate for a platform that’s a professional place and a social media… Read more »

How to Brand Yourself on

Social media sites are excellent ways to stay connected with varying levels of friends, but what about using it to brand yourself and promote your career? is one of the most powerful platforms to develop a network to promote your career. Feeling skeptical about the impact one platform can make? Take a look at… Read more »

It’s Easy to Find Good People—at No Cost

It’s usually a bitter-sweet process when it comes to recruiting quality employees in the healthcare industry. Companies have to pay a service fee to the staffing agency for a new hire, and that has an impact on the bottom line. What if you could find well-trained, qualified healthcare professionals without paying for the staffing service? Introducing Ultimate Medical Academy, an allied healthcare career training school with staffing services at no cost (Hire UMA).

3 Tricks for Effective Networking

Use these three tricks to improve your networking skills and expand your opportunities.

Reconnecting with Previous Coworkers [Video]

Have you tried reconnecting with previous professional contacts? It’s actually pretty simple, and it can be a great way to get your foot in the door for a new job. Here are some tips for rekindling old networking relationships. Good luck! Did you enjoy this advice? Visit UMA’s Youtube page for more!

Why You Should Use LinkedIn [Video]

Don’t have a profile? Get a quick explanation for why having a profile on this networking site can help you in your job search–even if you already have a job.

4 Tips to Effective Networking at Events

Did you know that 80 percent of job opportunities are found through networking?1 That’s one of the best ways for job seekers to get an advantage in the job search process.

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