Today’s economy is on the mend. Around the nation, workers and businesses are emerging from high unemployment rates with a positive outlook on tomorrow. If you are currently between jobs, it could be just a matter of time before you find your next position. In the meantime, it’s crucial that you take steps to secure some much-needed peace of mind with a good temporary health insurance plan. HCC Medical Insurance Services (HCCMIS®) is proud to offer HCC Life Insurance Company’s Short Term Medical insurance plan that will help you transition to your next great career opportunity.
When you are living on a budget, some expenses can start to take priority over others. With your rent or mortgage payments, car payments, bills, and food, medical insurance might not make it to the top of your list. Perhaps you think it’s too expensive when you aren’t on a company plan, but consider this:
Even if you are in good health, you never know when emergency situations might arise. Did you know that in many hospitals, you could be charged a fee just for visiting the Emergency Room? Factor in any testing, drugs, or treatment that you receive while in the hospital, and you could be looking at thousands of dollars in medical bills. Without medical coverage, you will be on your own to cover those expenses.
Here’s the bottom line: You could secure health insurance for the unemployed with an HCC Life Short Term Medical policy for just dollars a day. That’s a small price to pay for the security that comes with health insurance for the unemployed. You won’t have to worry about visiting the hospital for the medical treatment you require – you will have access to the medical care you need. Don’t wait for the unexpected to take you by surprise. Quote now, apply online, and print your ID cards instantly!
When it comes to finding a job in today’s market, times are changing. Even if it’s only been just a few years since your last job hunt, you may be surprised to learn how much of an impact the web and social media is having on the way workers and employers go about the hiring process. It’s a competitive atmosphere out there, so we’ve put together a few tips to help you find and secure your dream job.
Social media is taking the world by storm. Websites like Twitter and LinkedIn in particular are becoming standard forums for professionals looking to establish their expertise in an area and connect with other professionals online. Building a strong resume on LinkedIn and actively participating in Tweetups (Twitter-based seminars and conversations) and other online discussions can build your reputation as an active member of your industry.
While some experts argue that social sites like LinkedIn will eventually kill the traditional resume, it’s important that you keep yours up to date. Keep it short (one page or less) and to the point, and be creative in the way you present yourself. Do you have a blog or a website to link to that displays your work and experience? Is there valuable volunteer experience in your past that might set you apart from the competition? Use your experience and accomplishments to sell you to a prospective employer.
Millions of employers and workers use online job placement websites like Monster and CareerBuilder.com to find the right match for openings around the world. On average, job placement websites like Monster, CareerBuilder.com, Indeed, SnagAJob.com, and Glassdoor receive over 52,000,000 visitors each month. Be sure to create profiles with these services and actively use them for leads on jobs that might be a good fit for you.