technology does not always makes things more efficient   6 comments

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  1. “But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control”. One day when you are a world famous RN you will feel the same way about filling out your patient’s reports:).

  2. Yeah, there is a certain hospital system where, if you save your application and exit to re-enter the application later, NOTHING IS ACTUALLY SAVED OF YOUR CHANGES. It reverts to what was automatically pulled (incorrectly) from your resume.

    I’m sure you know who I’m talking about.

  3. LOL! Too true sometimes with these online applications. The whole process bothered me so much I am doing some medium research on it for my communications class.

    Help out a grad student researching modern job search methods. This is not Spam and I am not promoting anything. It is a real research project.

    Follow the link below and complete my survey. Thank you!

    The following is a survey examining methods employed by individuals in the job search process.
    http://qtrial.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cHgX07Q6uMKYckY

    missdisplaced
  4. Filling out the application is part of screening process — if you manage to complete it, despite overwhelming odds, you’re obviously a good candidate.

  5. I’m with you. Ive spent the last couple of days working on these. Not to mention personality surveys and the like. Sighhhh.
    Good luck on the job hunt!

  6. I hate the stupid personality profiles with a passion. How to answer? Lie and feed them the sunshine they want blown up their holes, or answer truthfully as they beg us to?

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