Private practice for dietitians isn’t just about having an office anymore to counsel or coach clients. Private practice insinuates that one works for his/her self in a practice. This practice can have multiple job ventures and options beyond just the standard counseling services. Here are some different opportunities for private practice dietitians to get that extra paycheck while enjoying a flexible, self-made schedule.
Writing an e-book is different that writing a regular paperback or hardcover book. An e-book can directly link to websites so the author can further guide the reader to more sales of other products and/or services. Since the e-book is in electronic format, it is also easily accessible on all electronic devices such as computers, PCs, Macs, tablets, smartphones, and any other type of electronic reading device. With these added benefits, here are 7 must-know tips to write an e-book. – Sarah
New trends emerge each year where one minute something is hot, hot, hot, and the next minute, it’s not. NutritionJobs caught up with fellow dietitians to find out what to look for in regards to the dietetic industry for the upcoming year. Here are 10 future dietetic trends in 2017. – Sarah
You meet new people, and they ask, “What do you do?” How do you respond? What do you say to them to cause so much intrigue that they continue to ask more questions about your career? How are you unique and engaging? An elevator pitch can help you give your audience enough information in just a short introduction so that you have grabbed their attention and they want to learn more. – Sarah
The dreaded phrase: “I need to find a job.” The thought of the job search can instantly bring up anxiety and fear. However, searching for a job doesn’t have to be a negative experience. Time to get empowered and find the fun in researching new career opportunities and growth. To provide you with the confidence and tools you need to find your dream job, here are 10 job search tips every dietitian should know. – Sarah
“Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their students,” – Solomon Ortiz. Working in education can be rewarding even if it may be very difficult. We can all relate to the importance of having the right teacher guide us towards success and accomplishment. With that said, finding a job as a dietetic educator might be the right path for you to take to help others learn, grow, and excel. – Sarah
You submitted your resume to your job of choice. You had a phone interview and nailed it. Now, the company wants an interview where they can meet you virtually over Skype. Remote interviews are becoming more and more common, especially when interviewing candidates that may be out-of-state. Instead of spending money on travel expenses, technology has allowed us to conduct live, visual interviews from anywhere in the world. – Sarah
Applying for a job can be daunting and overwhelming. Luckily, NutritionJobs has so many resources for you. We reached out to fellow nutrition professionals to get their best job application tips from the pros. Follow these tips to get successfully noticed by your employer of choice. – Sarah
A cover letter is an introduction to your story. The right cover letter will grab the attention of the employer and invite the employer to review your resume. This will set the tone, feel, and layout of your job application. What you say in a cover letter needs to be impressive, captivating, purposeful, and effective. The best cover letters have an introduction, highlight a few of your skills, and explain your purpose for writing.