“Find ways to gain experience. Do pro bono work for a non-profit. Find a small business that needs help and do it for free or for a discount.”
It’s important to find the right balance of adapting your management style to the people working for you, and maintaining your own style in a way that will be effective for you and earn your staff’s respect.
Determine if you are not just interested in psychiatry but have the patience, talent and discipline to shed your own biases and master an artful science and learn to apply it thoroughly.
In Philadelphia, we take pride in everything we do, and if you have ever tried any of our local beer, you know that.
“Don’t be afraid to take risks. Without risk, without stretching yourself, you don’t change and develop,” says J.G. Sandom.
“I was very fortunate because I was hired immediately after graduating with my Act 120 Police Training certification. I contribute this to not just graduating from the academy, but also to the years of groundwork building my resume with doing volunteer work.”
“In my opinion, anyone, including a staff nurse, who is not reading and learning and staying on top of the health care issues is doing herself and her patients a huge disservice,” says Nurse Betty Long.
“My advice to people starting out today would be to secure as much experience as you can while in school in a variety of different business settings,” suggests Steven Packer.
There’s nothing better than a cold, well-mixed margarita with Mexican fare, and these are the best Philly has to offer.
“When hiring for the company, a strong interpersonal skills and a level of experience that enables them to approach day-to-day tasks and challenges with confidence and competence are critical, ” says Matthew K. Harding.
Philadelphia has some of the best restaurants in the country, and the sushi restaurants are similarly exceptional.
“My program of clinical professional counseling at times felt like therapy itself, as it required constant introspection and encouraged increased understanding of self and others,” says Serge Levin.
“A law degree is expensive. Pursue it if you know you want to be a lawyer and are passionate about it. If you are doing it for any other reason, I would think twice as it is a tough market,” suggests Clancy Boylan.
“It is critical that your lectures and course content are not only current, but also that you remain cognizant that there are many different learning styles,” says Dr. Harry Costigan.
Practically any type of food can be found in Philadelphia, including Korean. Start right here to find the restaurant that best suits your Korean food cravings.