Locum tenens workers are well compensated and can choose how long they remain working in a particular city, state or region. If you are flexible and well organized, locum tenens work can be both personally rewarding and lucrative.
Money may not be the first concern on the minds of new nurse practitioner and physician assistant graduates, but salary is an important consideration when evaluating any job.
Are you a health care clinician seeking work? Read advice from human resource experts about the importance of the telephone interview, what not to where and other tips that may help you prepare.
Physician assistants and nurse practitioners are expected to provide the bulk of primary care as health care reform changes practice.
Despite the sagging economy, the demand for NPs and PAs is still strong, and most individuals will have options when it is time to decide where to practice. But choosing where to practice can be a difficult decision to make.