In many professions, it’s important for job seekers and freelancers to maintain an online portfolio to display their best work.
Naturally, programs are looking for residents who will fit well with their program culture – and who are really interested in being part of THAT program, not just any program that will take them.
For residency programs, the interview is a critical factor in the evaluation process.
If you are re-applying for residency after failing to match in a previous Match Season, you want to be prepared to address this topic in your interviews if asked.
A question that you’re going to get, in some form, in every single interview is, “Why did you choose your specialty?” It’s a very important question.
While you can’t predict exactly what questions you’ll get in any given interview, you can (and should) prepare for the majority of the most common residency interview questions.
You’re a brilliant designer and your work speaks for itself. However, that’s not always enough to close the deal when it’s time to interview for a new position or project.
Today’s guest author is Jennifer Malach, a veteran management consulting recruiter and career coach, who is giving you the inside scoop on how to prepare for the management consulting interview process.
The demand for strong database management and development skills is strong and growing — hiring experts says database and database-related jobs are on the hot list for 2014/2015.
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