Doctors at a medical clinic in Spokane, Washington, were surprised to discover that some of their patients were better than others at obtaining a job.
In a recent study, they found that in some areas, the higher-performing patients were the ones who were hired for other jobs.
The study, published in the British Medical Journal, found that high-performing people, like nurses, pharmacists and dentists, had higher salaries and were also more likely to be promoted.
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Cleveland Clinic’s chief financial officer says the company will need to borrow more money to keep operating.
The Cleveland Clinic says it will need $7.5 million in the first three months of 2019, as it tries to pay for additional employees, equipment and services.
Clinic officials say they need to raise more than $8 million in order to cover expenses for the coming year.
They are also working to make improvements to their facilities.
Clinics chief financial manager Mike Sosnik said he has no immediate plans to take a break.