Philadelphia Recruiting Executive Stays On Top Of Healthcare Changes“My goal is to stay on top of changes in healthcare, as well as every industry I work in,” says Ed Mamrak.
Philadelphia Data Securities Expert Protects Clients' Livelihoods“Our data has become our lives. We carry it in our mobile phones and on our tablets, and when I protect people’s data, I am protecting their lives and livelihood.” says Scott Shober.
Passion For A Subject Is Infectious Says Philadelphia Area Teacher“While not every student will love every subject they take, they need to be able to see that the person guiding the discussion believes that the subject is so important that students will just want to understand what is going on,” says Shane Kinsella.
Philadelphia Healthcare Executive Encourages Others To Set Goals“Set a goal, then follow your heart. One without the other will not lead to a satisfying experience,” says Julie Stern.
Philadelphia Therapist Advises You To Listen To What People Aren’t Saying“I think the most important duties [of a psychologist] are to listen to people, to hear what they aren't saying and help them figure that out.” says Dr. Novak.
Education Is Essential For A Chief Nursing Executive“In the rapidly changing landscape of health care, both formal and informal education is essential,” says Jane Mericle.
Data Security Is Constantly Evolving Says Philadelphia Security Manager“My best advice for those thinking about entering the field is to become a student of data security and compliance, as it is always evolving,” says Chris Bucolo.
Philadelphia Language Arts Teachers Believes Patience Is A Necessity“Patience is necessary for both working with students directly and on the backend where the planning takes place. Schedules change, students change, timing changes—patience is the only thing that will get you through those changes,” says Willa Deitch.
Philadelphia VP Uses His Degree To Help Mitigate Risk For Clients“One of the most challenging aspects of helping businesses mitigate the risk of data breaches is staying one step ahead of cyber criminals who are constantly finding new ways of stealing data,” says Kevin Smith.
Psychology Professor Encourages Others To Keep Striving To Learn“My education in a doctoral program helped me learn how to really ask important questions and explore the research that might hold answers to them, as well as design my own research projects,” says Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt.
Tech Skills In Demand More Than Ever Says Philadelphia Recruiter“Technology continues to integrate into all facets of companies and organizations, making tech skills more in demand than ever before,” says Stephanie Wernick.
Philadelphia Therapist Suggests Cultivating Relationships In Your Profession“Talk to therapists from various backgrounds and theoretical orientations and query them about your job-related interests. Cultivate relationships with people in the helping professions and find a mentor,” suggests Dr. Aileen McCabe-Maucher.