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Find your dream job with Nursing Times Careers Week

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From 24 to 28 February, Nursing Times is going to be helping you improve your CV, find your perfect job and stun your employers with a perfect application

Nursing Times has teamed up with recruitment experts from Nursing Times Jobs to offer anyone who is thinking of a change in career, or looking for their first job in healthcare, free advice on finding a job, applying and preparing for interview.

You can find out about new career possibilities in our specialist profiles, written by specialists themselves; learn what employers are looking for; join our twitter debates and email your questions to our recruitment experts to answer at the end of the week.



 Keep an eye on for updates and freebies throughout the week.

Tuesday 25 February – 1pm

Twitter discussion: “How are nursing careers changing over time?”

  • Is it becoming more common to change roles every few years?
  • Are more nurses becoming specialists?
  • How has your role changed since you became a nurse?

Join the debate by following @NursingTimes and @NTJobs and using the hashtag #NTCareers

Friday 28 February – 1pm

Twitter discussion: “Ask an expert”

We’re joined by healthcare recruitment experts from Nursing Times Jobs to answer your questions on finding your new career. Ask your questions during the chat or email them in advance to

Join in by following @NursingTimes and @NTJobs and using the hashtag #NTCareers


Ready to start your job search?

Nursing Times jobs have thousands of current vacancies: take the first step to changing your career

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