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2023.06.02 17:23 WallabyUpstairs1496 If it needs to be said. Bosley should be avoided at all costs. They are terrible, unethical, bottom of the barrel standards for surgeons and technicians. Here are their job postings for their surgeons and technicians, which are disturbing.
*** $250-350K+ per year ***Job listing for their hair techs
Why Work with Us:
Bosley, the world's largest internationally known aesthetic medical practice is offering an exciting opportunity. With 70 offices across the nation and over five decades of experience, we can offer you exceptional work experience.
In Minneapolis, MN, Bosley is the leading hair restoration expert and has been changing our patients' lives for over five decades using the latest, most advanced technology for both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration. Bosley's corporate culture is filled with passionate team members that enjoy helping people and love what they do.
If you want a rewarding career in the fast-growing aesthetics industry, then Bosley is the right place for you! Bosley is seeking a dynamic Surgeon to support our Minneapolis, MN office. Make a difference in people's lives every day while you're earning a great living!
Evaluates and educate patients with appropriate medical diagnostic and treatment skills both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration options.** Experience in plastic surgery or a similar specialty is a plus, but not required. We are willing to train the right candidate.** Personable, upbeat with the ability to work in a collaborative team environment treating happy patients.
Ensure compliance with all health care regulations, including HIPAA and OSHA.Qualifications:
Board certified/eligible. Licensure to practice medicine in state at time of employment.
$17 per hour *** $2000 sign-on bonus ***The technician working on your procedure should be making 6 figures if done in one of the well off countries, which Bosley is in, the US.
Do you want to work in an exciting, growing industry? The aesthetic medicine industry continues to expand, as more and more people are seeking ways to improve their appearance and confidence.
Bosley, the world's largest internationally known aesthetic medicine practice is offering an outstanding opportunity for the right candidate. With 70 offices across the nation and nearly 50 years of experience, we can offer you an exceptional work environment.
Bosley is the leading hair restoration expert and has been changing our patients’ lives for nearly 5 decades using the latest, most advanced technology for both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration. Bosley’s corporate culture is filled with passionate team members that enjoy helping people and love what we do. If you want a rewarding career in the fast-growing aesthetics industry, then Bosley is the right place for you!
Bosley is seeking a top-notch Medical Assistant to support our New Orleans, LA surgical office.
As a Medical Assistant, you will contribute to the patient experience from start to finish. This role commands multitasking in a fast-paced environment. Your role will be to help with the patient flow during the day, communicate instructions to patients before and after surgery, and guide them through it.
At our practice, we value unparalleled personalized patient experience, and technical expertise to give our patients the best possible results. If these values resonate with you and you are a patient-focused individual, you are the addition we are looking for.
Full-time and Part-time positions are available Accompany patient to exam/procedure room Prepare patients for examination and treatment Check the schedule and organize patient flow Prepare exam and treatment rooms with necessary instruments and supplies Ensure that all treatment rooms are cleaned and stocked at the end of the workday Assist providers in preparing the patient and the facilities for procedures Prepare and maintain supplies and equipment for treatments, including equipment sterilization Assist with scheduling of patient's tests and treatments Working under a microscope to dissect tissueCandidates must have:
Communication Skills: Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate with patients, peers, and management. Ability to communicate with proper etiquette. Mathematical Skills: Basic math functions. **Ability to use a calculator and calculate percentages.** Education/ Experience: Certified medical assistant. **Willing to train the right candidate. Get paid while learning to become a hair transplant technician from the best team in the business.** Reasoning Ability: Ability to multi-task, while being attentive to patients and remaining flexible to the needs of the business. Ability to work as part of a team and take initiative independent of direct supervision. Organizational Skills: Ability to follow up on leads, schedule consultations, obtain patient consent for treatment and manage time management skills. Other Skills: Enthusiastic, friendly, and energetic with a genuine desire to provide outstanding service. Need to be reliable and outgoing, detail-oriented problem solver with exceptional customer service skills. Will exhibit high attention to detail, dexterity, and hand/eye coordination. Must be punctual and can prioritize and multitask.Compensation:
We offer very competitive compensation, benefits, and an inclusive culture.
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, LTD, 401k match, and a $250/mo., PTO, transit pass where applicable **Salary: 17.00/hour**
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2023.06.02 14:47 asmo-solutions How to find work abroad for couples without language - where to look?
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Separation from a loved one is one of the main disadvantages of working abroad that people who choose this type of employment complain about. This is an inconvenience that you can effectively combat. The solution is to decide together to go and work for couples. Being employed by the same company is not easy, but it is possible and it does not expose the relationship to weeks of separation.
Where can I find dedicated jobs for couples?
Looking for jobs abroad for couples is possible through:
Online job portals - it is worth starting by browsing popular job portals such as Indeed, Gowork. Job search engines allow you to specify your exact requirements and preferences, e.g. in terms of location, salary level, required qualifications and foreign languages. A trip to work abroad must be properly planned with an honest employer.
Employment agencies - recruitment agencies specialising in work abroad often offer support in finding work for couples. These companies have a lot of experience in recruiting workers from abroad and are able to offer numerous attractive job offers that are tailored to aptitude and skills, as well as assistance with the formalities of departure. The employment office guarantees a legal and safe trip abroad, which avoids many unpleasant problems. The recruitment process is very simple as all the formalities are handled by the staff of the employment agency. The couple looking for work does not have to worry about issues related to travel, contract, insurance or accommodation.
Social networks - many companies and organisations look for employees through social networks such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. It is worth joining groups or forums dedicated to working abroad, where you can share information and meet people with similar interests.
Job fairs - attending a job fair is a great opportunity to find out about job opportunities abroad. Many companies recruit employees directly at the fair and arrange on-site interviews. Sometimes they offer employees an allotment with their family or partner.
Personal contacts with people who are already working abroad - it is worth taking advantage of opportunities with friends or family. You may find that someone close to you is working abroad, or knows someone who can help you find work, or has heard of opportunities for couples to work abroad.
When looking for work abroad for couples, use a variety of information sources and be open to different opportunities and ways of employment. Among the safest ways to do this is through a proven employment agency, which will provide a safe, fair and yet simple way of employment.
In which industries is it possible to work for couples abroad?
The most popular jobs for couples abroad are in manufacturing. This is due to the variety of duties in this type of company, i.e. product packaging, production line operation, warehouse work, logistical work. The variety of activities in the production and warehouse industry creates opportunities for attractive job offers for couples.
Seasonal jobs for couples abroad are also popular. Most often, these are in the agricultural industries, which offer work in fruit and vegetable harvesting, work in greenhouses. It is important to remember that these are seasonal, short-term jobs, most often offered during holidays.
Increasingly, couples who are specialists in a particular field are choosing to work abroad: medicine, IT workers, engineers. For them, allocation packages are often offered with the whole family, the partner. Work and incentive allowances are then provided, ensuring faster acclimatisation in the new country for the couple deciding to go on such a trip.
Jobs abroad for couples without language skills
Couples who would like to go abroad to work are worried that they won't be able to find a job without knowing the language. Is there anything to worry about? No, because employers in certain industries such as manufacturing, warehouse work, transport and agriculture are more willing to take on couples. Such workers can be more motivated and productive.
Work for couples without language is possible in jobs where there is no or minimal need to communicate while performing the work. This therefore applies to independent work, following initial training in the use of equipment or machinery.
The decision to go to work abroad
Working for couples abroad can be an interesting option for people who want to travel and develop their careers at the same time. Here are some tips that can help couples make the decision and prepare for working abroad:
Identify your goals
Before working abroad, it is worth considering what goals you want to achieve. Is it about gaining new work experience or learning about a different culture and personal development? It is worth discussing these issues and setting common goals to make working abroad mutually rewarding.
Looking for job opportunities
For couples looking for work abroad, we recommend looking for offers that offer employment for both partners. It is a good idea to use online portals, recruitment agencies, social networks and other sources of information when looking for a job. It is also a good idea to send applications to companies that hire employees from different countries, as these companies are often more open to hiring couples.
Before working abroad, carefully analyse the cost of living in the country and calculate what it will cost to live in your new location. Be prepared for possible expenses related to the move, such as housing or transport costs.
Getting to know the culture and language
Going abroad for work requires partners to adapt to the new culture and learn the language spoken by the local community. Start learning the language before you leave so that it is easier to communicate and get along with your new work colleagues.
Planning your free time
If you plan to work abroad, it is important to organise your free time accordingly, especially at the beginning. Work will not become burdensome and tiring if you find time to relax and visit new places. Think about how to spend your free time, what to see and where to go. This is the only way to make the most of your time abroad.
For couples, people who want to develop professionally and personally, working abroad is an interesting option. It is important to plan your trip carefully, take costs into account and commit to learning the language and culture of the country.
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I want to track manage my finances, so I've created an inline-database with two columns "Name" and "Amount" ; what my bills are and their amount. I also have a property within the database called "SALARY" and "TOTAL BILLS". At the bottom of the "Amount" column I have calculated the total using the SUM command, I want to display this SUM into the "TOTAL BILLS" property.
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2023.06.01 18:39 beehive-learning Banning ChatGPT in Classrooms is a Disservice to Students
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Since the launch of ChatGPT in November 2022, the way we learn, work, and communicate has taken a seismic shift. It’s clear that teachers cannot stop the adoption of AI tools.
I tutor students between 10th grade and seniors in college, and I have a secret to tell you: most of them are already using ChatGPT for their assignments. They have found ways to make their usage undetectable by plagiarism checkers, simply by changing a few words and phrases.
Who can blame them? When used correctly, these technologies can make all of our lives easier.
It’s time for teachers to embrace these technologies and take control of the narrative. By learning how to constructively use AI tools in the classroom, we have the potential to improve the lives of teachers and the quality of education we provide to our students.
AI Does Not Automatically Create A+ OutputsFirst and foremost, we need to dispel the misconception that AI tools can effortlessly generate excellent results.
We treat AI like some almighty god that can do any task. This is your reminder that AI tools are nothing without human input (not yet, at least 😉).
Also, AI tools are not search engines. If a student were to prompt ChatGPT with “write an essay on Of Mice and Men,” the output would be off-topic, resulting in a B paper. While that query is appropriate for the age of search engines, AI tools respond to that prompt with a generic response.
There is a field of study called “prompt engineering,” which focuses on creating and refining high-quality prompts for AI. Just like in life, the concept of “garbage in, garbage out” applies here. Constructing high-quality prompts can significantly improve the performance of AI models on specific tasks.
However, even after learning the skills of prompt engineering, students will not be able to create a final draft of an essay, ready to be copied and pasted into Turnitin.com.
Even if a student uses AI for an essay, there is still work to be done. Checking facts, restructuring the content, and rephrasing sentences are essential steps to make it an A+ paper with strong sources and robust arguments. These skills were important 30 years ago, and they are still important today.
We need to teach students to use these tools to prepare them for the modern workforce. This requires identifying the skills that are still relevant with AI, like critical thinking, persuasive writing, and problem solving, and the ones that are no longer relevant, like writing the first draft of an essay and rote memorization.
The Nature of the Workforce is ChangingThroughout our history, technological advancements have constantly reshaped the definition of work – not only what we do, but how we do it. Ultimately, technological advancements are deflationary – they decrease the cost of doing something.
As noted in Bradley Sacks’ newsletter from Semafor, the number of workers needed to generate $1 million in revenue has decreased from eight in the late 1980’s to a mere two today. But what does this really mean?
Over this time period, innovations like computers, software, and AI have increased the productivity of the average worker. Ultimately, this increased productivity reflects a shift in the type of labor required. It’s less about manually intensive tasks and more about knowledge-based, creative, and complex problem-solving tasks.
It’s high time that teachers begin to incorporate the important skills and tools of the last three decades into their classrooms. We are not setting kids up for success by teaching them trigonometry on a brick-sized Texas Instruments calculator they’ll never use after high school. How about teaching them how to do it on a spreadsheet?
Ultimately, the workforce our children will be entering will be dramatically different from the one we know today. AI is a unique technological leap because it is the first time that reasoning has been automated. For the first time ever, our technologies can make judgements, create assumptions, and generate novel creative works.
Since AI models are never 100% accurate, the core skills of creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, and retrieving information from reliable sources are still as important as they have ever been. These parts of the curriculum are not under threat.
As our students enter a changing world, it would be a disservice to them to keep teaching them in the same ways as we always have. The core curriculum must evolve to meet the demands of the modern era, where more can be done with less.
AI Can Improve Student OutcomesThe “2 sigma problem” was a study conducted by educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom in 1984. Bloom sought to investigate the impact of one-on-one tutoring on student performance compared to traditional classroom instruction.
In his study, Bloom found that students who received personalized one-on-one tutoring performed at a level approximately two standard deviations (2 sigmas) above the average of students in traditional classroom settings. This means that the students who received tutoring achieved significantly higher outcomes compared to their peers.
It implies that tutoring has the power to transform an average student into an exceptional one and lift below-average students to above-average levels of achievement.
However, he called it the “2 sigma problem” because it was economically infeasible to provide one-on-one tutoring to every student. Traditional tutoring methods are resource-intensive and often limited in reach due to constraints such as time, availability, and cost.
For the first time in history, we have the opportunity to solve the “2 sigma problem,” since AI technologies make one-on-one tutoring economically viable. Think of an AI as an intelligent, personalized tutor who could deliver individualized instruction and support.
For example, an AI could provide a detailed walkthrough of a difficult question, or generate a first draft of an essay, or generate an adaptive assessment perfect for the student’s level of understanding. These services were only available to the rich, but with new leaps in AI, we now have the unique opportunity of delivering this experience to everyone and improving student outcomes.
If you’re interested in seeing how AI tools can be used as personalized tutors, check out this TED talk. In the talk, Sal Khan demonstrates the capabilities of the new AI tutor Khanmigo, showcasing the potential it holds for transforming education.
Don’t Ban, Harness the Potential of AI ToolsThe time is now to adapt our approach to education and embrace AI tools. Banning them would deny students the opportunity to learn how to responsibly use these technologies and navigate a rapidly changing world. By embracing AI, teachers can empower students to excel, prepare them for the modern workforce, and improve student outcomes.
Check out the full blog article: https://beehivelearning.org/banning-chatgpt-in-classrooms-is-a-disservice-to-students/
If you want to learn more about prompt engineering, check out my course: https://www.udemy.com/course/prompt-engineering-with-chatgpt/?referralCode=9A46EA04FDD14E591A4C
2023.06.01 17:11 RPh_Comp_Dashboard Pharmacist Compensation Survey Results - May 2023
|Area of Pharmacy||Job Title||Median Wages||Range of Wages|
|Retail||Floater Pharmacist||$122,200||$60,000 -- $187,000|
|Staff Pharmacist||$125,500||$51,000 - $225,500|
|Pharmacy Manager||$153,800||$85,000 - $253,000|
|District Manager||$250,000||$183,000 - $296,000|
|Hospital||Resident||$50,500||$41,232 - $68,810|
|Staff Pharmacist||$126,000||$70,000 - $209,000|
|Clinical Pharmacist||$131,000||$100,000 - $226,754|
|Informatics Pharmacist||$138,000||$92,952 - $213,250|
|Clinical Pharmacy Specialist||$140,000||$104,182 - $205,000|
|Supervisor||$158,000||$140,000 - $187,317|
|Pharmacy Manager||$154,500||$130,000 - $243,000|
|Director of Pharmacy||$181,000||$112,000 - $254,000|
|Industry/Pharma||**||**||$70,000 - $520,000|
|Ambulatory Care||**||**||$92,000 - $230,000|
|PBM/Managed Care||**||**||$112,000 - $235,000|