The best questions to ask in an interview are questions that will give you information about your potential employer, the position, the company, and your day-to-day responsibilities in order to determine if the job is the right fit for you.
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’ve been active in job searching lately, you’ve probably noticed an increase in digital requirements as part of the application process. Quizzes, personality tests, and other evaluations designed to measure various competencies are quickly becoming a part of hiring strategies for many HR departments.
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.
There are many components of a successful job interview, including thorough preparation, confident body language, professional presentation, and clear articulation of your skills and experience. Once you’ve mastered all of these details and walk out of the interview, it can be easy to overlook a last important step: the thank you email.
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.
Job interviews are nerve-wracking for many people. If you have a disability, the anxiety often climbs another notch. Let’s look at strategies for successful interviewing with a disability.
Think you know how to prepare for an interview? The difference between landing the job of your dreams and bombing the interview often boils down to one key element: how well you prepare.
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