When you are looking for mental health employment opportunities in the substance abuse field, there are not many that will allow telecommuting. However, that does not mean that there are none. If this is something that you would like to pursue, here are some tips on finding telecommuting-friendly jobs. Identifying Telecommuting Friendly Jobs in Mental
Can a LinkedIn Recommendation Really Make the Difference in Getting Hired for Jobs in Mental Health?
Sometimes there can be tight competition for jobs in mental health an one thing can make a difference. One key component to your job search should be to start acquiring some relevant recommendations on LinkedIn. Can a LinkedIn Recommendation Really Make the Difference in Getting Hired for Jobs in Mental Health There is no doubt
If you are looking to start a substance abuse career right out of college, the path may be very simple or take many turns, depending on how much preparation you have done in advance. If you have done the proper work ahead of time, you will no doubt be ready for what awaits you on
The hiring process for jobs in mental health is rarely a piece of cake for any of the parties involved. This isn’t a low stress industry and it’s important that the right people be in the right seats on the bus at all times. The interview process can be stressful on all parties, even the
If you are looking for addiction jobs online, you probably haven’t considered that choosing the right keywords for your job search efforts can play a big part in your success. Many people just throw together something that “feels right” and get moving. This can be a big, and costly, mistake. Here are some tips for
When you are looking for mental health employment opportunities in the substance abuse field, you will likely go on several interviews and there is always the possibility that some of those will be less than conventional. The kiss of death in a job interview is to either just sit in silence after a question is
As a substance abuse professional, many think that they will end up working in a residential treatment center or other social work-type setting. This is always possible and quite likely but have you ever considered self-employment options in the substance abuse field? Think it’s too risky to start your own business? I understand that and
When applying for a large, or even just several, substance abuse jobs too many people make the mistake of putting all of their time and effort into the resume and almost none into the cover letter. As the cover letter generally sits on top of the resume and is glanced at first, this is a
Substance Abuse Internships are great opportunities for anyone who is still in school to gain some work experience in their chosen field and get some exposure to the work force. College grades are very important in securing employment after graduation but increasingly employers are looking to see what “extra” things in their chosen field a
Don’t be surprised if your search for jobs in mental health lands you in one of the now-popular group job interviews at some point. Once unheard of, these are now becoming more common-place as another hurdle that you have to jump in the application process due to the volume of applicants for each open position.