When you’re interviewing for a nursing position, you’ll most likely be asked about your skills and experience, your training, and your interests. This will differ depending on the situation, whether it is your first job after becoming licensed as a Registered Nurse or a career ladder opportunity that builds on your experience and advanced education as a Registered Nurse. With either situation it is important for interviewees to put their best foot forward and outline their qualifications in as much detail as possible. Below you will find some of the most pertinent preparation tips for Registered Nurses, whether they are seasoned nurses or just starting out in their career.
The beginning of the year 2013 marks tax season for most. Accountants get busier, W-2’s start to arrive in the mail and people start thinking about tax credits and deductions that they qualify for. There are advantages that have been announced recently, about tax credits and deductions for costs of a college education. Tax breaks can provide a variety of tax incentives for students and families who are saving for, or are already paying higher education costs or are repaying student loans.
There is no questioning the benefits of a college degree from a reputable school such as Linfield College Adult Degree Program. Those who hold a degree are more likely to earn a better-than-average income and have the satisfaction of being more competitive in the job market with the attainment of their college education. This being said, higher education contains significant costs and for those adults looking to complete a degree while maintaining a family, career and busy life, any breaks can help. Continue reading