Do you want a higher job in the health information technology field? Seventy to eighty percent of new positions are gained by networking, according to Deb Busser, president and executive coach at Energy Spring Leadership, a career development consultancy.
During a session at Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in HIT conference last week in Boston, Busser recalled getting a job straight out of college and being good at it, but soon being bored. She got another job and was promoted three times in 10 years, but still not satisfied, so she returned to graduate school to study sociology.
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