Category Archives: General

Career Corner: Is Your Body Language Making You Fail Interviews?

At your last interview, you did everything right. You used the industry lingo. You answered the competency questions well. You demonstrated your skills, knowledge and experiences. You said everything right. Yet, you did not get the job. What could be … Continue reading


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Study: Limiting Added Sugars During Pregnancy and in Child’s Diet Protects Cognition

Editor’s Note:  This is huge.  No surprise to us in our line of work but powerful data for obstetricians and pediatricians for advising patients and their families A new study has determined that poorer childhood cognition occurred, particularly in memory … Continue reading


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Ask PediaStaff: I Have Filled out My Application With PediaStaff, What Happens Next?

After you have completed your screening questionnaire/interview, your profile and resume will be sent to the appropriate PediaStaff Staffing Consultant(s) for your geographic area. You will receive a notification (an email, call or perhaps a text) from the PediaStaff career … Continue reading


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PediaStaff Job Search/Interview Tip: Be a Good Steward of Others’ Time

Here at PediaStaff, we set up a LOT of interviews.  An interview is your chance to impress a prospective employer with your skills and personality so you can hopefully land the job of your dreams. Make sure, however, that when … Continue reading


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Autism Therapy To Become Mandatory Benefit For Federal Workers

[Source:  Disability Scoop] In what advocates are hailing as a major step forward, the nation’s largest employer will require that all of its health insurance plans cover applied behavior analysis for kids with autism beginning next year. The U.S. Office … Continue reading


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