If you’ve ever worked in the employment sector, you will know quite a lot about the problems with job search sites. The simple fact of the matter is that the more complex the job, and the more demanding the job description, the more likely job searches are to be inefficient.
The fact is that when people search job site, they tend to use natural search terms. When it comes to writing medical job ads, however, the tendency is to either use a large number of technical terms, or leave out those technical terms. The result is that if you’re a medical specialist, looking for specific things related to your specialty, it’s a hit or miss scenario.
Recruiters sometimes contribute to this process with what can only be described as botched job ads. They don’t know much about the jobs, so they simply put together a combination of the HR job description, header, and contact details. If the job description is out of date, or too long and they leave out large chunks of it, the search criteria for the job ad, naturally, will be compromised before it’s even posted.
It’s nice to have a reason for these situations, but that doesn’t help job hunters much. The fact is that a specialist, dedicated medical job search site is long overdue. There have been a few of these in the past, but only on a very small scale.
Fortunately for the medical profession, the medical-only website Physicians Career Jobs.com is fully up to speed with the needs of the job market. It’s used by employers, recruiters, and many different types of medical professionals.It’s a sort of one stop shop, acting as a family medicine physician jobs site, a psychiatry job site,or apediatric job site.
This may seem a bit ambitious for a single job site, but it must be said they have done a very good job of creating the search engine. They’ve also done a good job of providing current, up-to-date job ads, the other curse of the mainstream job sites.
For more information, and to get a look at how this site works for yourself, visit it here at