Interviewing for international remote jobs can seem daunting. This is especially true for non-native speakers. There are many things to consider and ESL candidates will face some unique challenges.
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The questions to ask in an interview are those that will give you information about your potential employer, the position, the company, and your day-to-day responsibilities to help you 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.
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