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As the largest employer in Wisconsin, Aurora can give you career growth opportunities. With careers in everything from nursing and diagnostic imaging, to finance, information technology, human resources and more, Aurora has the choices you want. We'll help you get where you want to go with training, tuition reimbursement and the support of an organization that knows better choices and better careers create a better life for our caregivers.

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Sarah's story
Nurse practitioner, Aurora Health Center, North Fond du Lac
"I think the biggest factors that played into my success in transitions through the years, have been the opportunities available through Aurora, the educational assistance and the general support and encouragement of everybody at every level."

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Carl's story
Manager, volunteer service, Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center
"I really think that's what makes a difference for our caregivers, that they have a chance to get better as a person and that they have a chance to grow in their careers, as well."

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Demond's story
Electrophysiology lab technician, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center
"The opportunities here are just endless, but you do have to take initiative, and show enthusiasm towards it and doors will open for you here."

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Ellist's story
Customer service supervisor, Aurora Forest Home Business Center
"My leaders have enabled me and empowered me to do what I like and have given me the opportunity to really enjoy it."

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Raina's story
Service desk support specialist lead, information services, Milwaukee
"I like the different roads that I can take."

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Beth's story
Nursing supervisor clinic, Aurora Medical Center in Oshkosh
"There are definitely more opportunities working within a larger corporation... there's more room for advancement, there's more room to try different positions."