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Memorial Career Center RSS Sign-Up

Now you can stay informed of new opportunities at Memorial Healthcare System. Just select an area of interest from the list below and follow the instructions in your RSS news reader for adding a feed.

What is RSS?

You may have seen the following words or symbols all over your favorite web sites: "XML" or "RSS" or or

RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, provides a convenient, easy, and quick way to stay abreast of news, events and developments on your favorite sites, without having to visit the site directly. It is a free content delivery service that alerts you whenever content is updated on sites that you have selected.

What Do I Need?

A reader is required to subscribe to feeds. Just like you use a player to watch video or listen to music, a feed reader (or aggregator) lets you subscribe to any feed you want and then automatically checks to see when they've been updated. From the feed reader you can view new headlines and pick and choose those articles you want to read.

There are many types of feed readers. Many of them are free and can run on your computer or through your browser. You can choose a reader that allows you to view the feeds locally from your computer, like one of the following:

Computer based: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, Safari (MAC), FeedDemon, NewsGator for Microsoft Outlook, Attensa for Outlook, NetNewsWire (MAC)

You can also read them through your browser or add them to your homepage with one of these services:

Web based: My Yahoo!, Google Personalized Homepage, My MSN, My AOL, Bloglines, NewsGator Online

How do I subscribe to RSS Feeds?

Once you have an RSS reader, you can get any feed you want, simply by following an RSS link on a web page and clicking the subscribe button. Once you have done this, your aggregator will automatically pull the feeds to your computer.

How do I view RSS Feeds?

The RSS reader, whether it's a stand-alone application or Web-based, typically displays headlines supplied by the RSS feed you have subscribed to. Clicking the headline displays a summary of the new content as well as a link to the Web page that contains the new content.