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AAPA’s ultimate step-by-step career handbook is intended for experienced PAs. Free to AAPA members, it provides detailed guidance on career advancement, contract negotiations, independent contracting, and more.
Career Companion, the must-have guide for students and new PAs, is recently revised! Free to AAPA members, it will prepare you for certification, licensure and your first PA job.
A résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) is your opportunity to impress potential employers. Here are some tips and templates for your resume or CV.
PA Natalie Warmuth of Chicago shares her story about the importance of gathering the numbers you need before sitting down to the negotiating table.
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This article covers ways of using the in-depth benefits data uniquely offered by AAPA to make the most of your contract negotiation.
Use these resources to help you get ready for interviewing and contract negotiations.
One of the great, unique attributes of the PA profession is its breadth of career possibilities. At the same time, the very multitude of career paths open to PAs can pose a challenge.
Being familiar with the following topics will help you handle career transitions.
Learn the parts of a contract and what essential topics all contracts should cover.