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Top 4 Med Tech Jobs in Demand

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Looking to grow your allied health career? We breakdown the top four jobs in the med tech field.

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When healthcare professionals consider med tech jobs, they naturally think of medical technologists. And while that role is most common, it’s not the only med tech career available. In fact, this field has several specialties for allied healthcare professionals to explore. 

In this article, we discuss the top four med tech jobs to kickstart your career and the qualifications for each position, plus, links to apply for each career field.

Looking for a job in the medical technologist field? Start searching now.

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Nurse Burnout: Risks, Causes & Prevention

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Nurse burnout is something that most nurses will experience in their careers. The emotional, physical, and mental stress of nursing can lead to nursing burnout which decreases a nurse’s motivation at work and ultimately can impact their effectiveness.

As a professional who is so focused and dedicated to caring for others, it can be hard for nurses to find the space and time to take care of themselves. In this article, we discuss the importance of doing so to avoid burnout as well as some additional ways nurses can prevent burning out so that they can continue to love what they do.

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Top 10 States for Speech-Language Pathologist Jobs

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School speech-language pathologists (SLP) are the unsung heroes of our educational systems. They empower students to find their voice through tailored instruction.

Speech-language pathologists help kids with all types of language and communication issues and are often part of the special education team at schools. SLPs also work on other communication issues such as reading, dyslexia, auditory processing disorder and social communication disorder.

When choosing your next school speech-language pathology job, consider the following states below with the highest demand for you.

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Celebrating 30 Years of Soliant

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On Monday, May 4, 1992, Elite Medical Search began as a small company with big dreams. In the ensuing three decades, Elite Medical Search was rechristened Soliant, expanded into education and life sciences, pioneered teletherapy solutions, grew to over 1,000 colleagues and now stands as one of the nation’s largest specialized staff outsourcing companies in the healthcare and education spaces, serving countless communities in 48 states. We serve patients and students across this great country by placing proven allied health, nursing, special education and therapy personnel in the hospitals and schools where they are most needed. At Soliant, we’re proud to be a leading provider of specialized healthcare and education staffing. And this year, we’re equally proud to be celebrating 30 years of service.

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4 Benefits of Inclusion for Special Education Students

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There is a stigma for many special education students that can affect their self-esteem and confidence. One way to boost social, emotional, and academic performance is inclusion. Students of all cognitive levels and backgrounds can achieve amazing things In the inclusive classroom, so let’s take a closer look at some of the benefits of inclusion.

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Utilizing Assistive Technology in the Classroom

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Many students with disabilities need additional support, and assistive technology is an excellent way to help them reach their learning and classroom participation goals. Assistive technology can do wonders for your classroom, helping build confidence and abilities among students in advancing learning and achievement outcomes. This technology comes in many forms, from low-tech to high-tech, and teachers can use it to tailor their instruction and give kids the assistance they need.

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