Meet and Exceed Your Financial Goals

How to Achieve Your Financial Goals

Are you looking for highly effective ways to achieve your financial goals? We have prepared four helpful recommendations that will make managing your money easier.

1. Plan and Start Goals Now

In general, to be successful with your financial goals, it takes doing the things that most people won’t do. To get ahead, don’t plan later.

For example, most people wait until the first of the year to make their resolutions; Don’t be like most people!  If you are planning on making a New Year’s Resolution, spend a few hours before NYE planning your goals, write them down, and then block time on your calendar in the early months of the year. If you don’t have a calendar, get one. All goals begin with a plan. Then execute your strategy! The key is to start… now!

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Meet Lauren, Our Student Summer Employee

Lauren-Summer-Student-Job-Interview-Premier-Medical-Staffing-Services-ImageDuring the Summer of 2018, Lauren Hanoski joined our Premier Medical Staffing Services team of Talent Acquisition Managers while on summer break from Carroll University. Double majoring in Athletic Training and Healthcare Administration, she arrived with boundless energy and interest to learn the ropes while blending her personal experiences in healthcare with the business side of healthcare.

She was eager to jump in! Lauren has proven over the summer to be a quick study in healthcare professional recruitment. Before she leaves Premier for the summer and heads back to school, our Community Development Manager, Norissa, sat down with Lauren to see how her summer job went and what advice she has for students.

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5 Ways to Prevent Compassion Fatigue

compassion-fatigueCompassion Fatigue is an occupational hazard in the field of healthcare. Taking constant inventory on your personal self-care to promote a healthy, sustainable career in your field of study is more important than ever as responsibilities and workload continue to rise in the industry.  It is seen as a cost of caring, within high care occupations where empathy, caring for others, and compassion are at the occupational core. Those who work in healthcare are aware, to some extent, of the high burnout rates that are go hand-in-hand with the industry.

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