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MedZilla Employment Report for June 2013 -- Jobs in Health Care Grow, But at Slower Pace
Date:6/18/2013

t; said Del Johnston, MedZilla's manager of client relations. "This reinforces our position that, while applying for jobs is all well and good, it's important to maintain strong profiles in niche job boards such as MedZilla, as well as on larger sites. It's better to be the candidate who's ready to be contacted than the one who just sends out resume after resume, and the more places you can be found, the better off you'll be."

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