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A New Normal Job Market

14 July, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
WASHINGTON, DC — When I made the leap of faith from being a crime writer and investigative reporter to healthcare management, career management was much less complicated.  In fact, I was oblivious. Oh my, how times have changed. Today, the healthcare management job market has reached a “new normal” plateau – there are fewer leadership […] Read more»

You’ll Need a Cool Knock

17 June, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Once, having a master’s degree in healthcare administration was the golden ticket to a guaranteed job.  Not anymore.  A proliferation of graduate schools, some great, and more than a few that should be closed for failing to provide the quality education an indebted graduate will need to survive in the new healthcare economy, have flooded […] Read more»

It will begin as change. It will end in transformation.

6 August, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
In the 1960s and 70s, when young men and women selected healthcare administration as a career, it was as much a calling as a profession.  Either way, it was a job with enormous certainty and security—an industry outlook that consistently touted ample jobs and opportunity for advancement.  Now we are entering a new era.  It […] Read more»