Articles and videos to help you prepare for your next job interview
It’s a challenging time for dental practices looking to fill clinical team member positions on their teams. An already tight labor pool, coupled with fewer graduate candidates, makes 2021 an […]
How to Prepare for Dental Job Interview Questions Before Covid-19 hit and effectively shut down dental operations, the hiring process for the dental industry had remained unchanged for decades. But […]
Almost everyone feels like they are in a pressure cooker when it comes to any type of bargaining, and salary negotiation is no exception. But it doesn’t have to be that way. A little knowledge can turn the heat down and give you confidence in this business discussion.
You have sent in your resume and constructed a great personal website. Now you have been called back for an interview in the dental assistant field. You want to make […]
Those with a keen interest in the dental industry may find incredible job satisfaction as a dental assistant. Not only is this a growing field where you can learn volumes, […]
In the past, we’ve covered questions to ask in your dental job interview and questions to ask Post-Covid that will give you more insight into the position or practice and […]
One of the best methods to increase your chances of being hired after an interview is sending an interview thank you message. Why is it so important? According to a […]
You feel like you’ve done everything right, have everything prepared, and you’re ready to crush the interview. Why did they never reach out? Turns out, there are a few ways […]
If you’ve ever had to quit a job, you know it can get messy and emotional. Tempers flare, confusion ensues, feelings get hurt — quitting a job isn’t an inherently […]
When searching for a new position, you may notice that there are a few common phrases in dental job listings, but what do they really mean? What is the employer […]
Congratulations – you’ve made it to the dental interview stage. If this is your first job out of school, you might be looking for some guidance. First off, pat yourself […]
Have a dental interview coming up? Congratulations! Your strong dental resume got their interest, now it’s time to blow them away with a strong interview. As a job seeker in […]
As many dental job seekers come to discover, finding a dental job is a lot like dating; you ask your friends (or the internet) to match you up, put your […]
Job interviews are stressful- I get that! There is a lot on the line and you want to make a good impression. We’ve all been there before. You practice questions, […]
Have you ever seen a plateau? Well, just in case you were taking a nap in geography class, it is an area of high ground, with a flat terrain. I […]
When spring arrives, we often find ourselves looking to spruce up and refresh. From cleaning out closets, to washing windows, organizing offices, or even scrubbing social media profiles, we all […]
After graduation from dental school, the world seemed like my oyster. I could not wait to find my first job and start earning a living. What I didn’t know was […]
The world’s biggest taxi company, Uber, owns no cars. The world’s premier media outlet, Facebook, creates no content. And the worlds largest accommodation provider, Airbnb, owns no real estate. […]
Most job interviews and most presentations are… well, flat! They are about conveying facts and expectations, not passions and possibilities. And because people delivering these are trying to convince people […]
Stepping outside the comfort zone of college life to knock on the door of a new career can feel daunting. You’ve probably heard the saying ‘experience itself is the best […]
A survey commissioned by an online employment website has found that 37 percent of hiring managers use social networking sites to research job applicants, with over 65 percent of that […]
There are plenty of jobs out there in dentistry in one location or another. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there should be more than 74,000 new openings for […]
When it comes to getting ready to land your first dental job after graduation, there’s no such thing as over-preparing! With the help of our friend, dental consultant Linda Miles, […]
February is the month we think of romantic matches but your career match is just as important to your overall fulfillment. A 30 to 40 hour work week equates to […]
Any experienced dentist-employer knows that staff stability is critically important inmaintaining long-term patient relationships, and in reducing the overhead costs associated with employee turnover and training. Just as the business […]
It’s completely normal to be nervous about job interviews. A lot is at stake and you want to make a good impression. But how do you do that? What kinds […]
The job market can be tough to navigate, but there are things YOU can do to distinguish yourself from the pack and increase your chances of landing that dream job! […]
Don’t mess up your chance of workplace happiness. No, seriously. You can be very happy at work. You just have to be in the right place with the right people. […]
Applying for your first job out of school can be scary. You’ve spent a lot of time daydreaming about graduation and your first time working with a patient, and now […]
In the dental job market there are some rules to interviewing that previous to now were unwritten. Adhere to these to stay out of trouble.
Group interviews are becoming more and more popular in the dental industry. DentalPost.net CEO & Founder Tonya Lanthier, RDH shares a few tips on how to make the most out of a group interview when you’re trying to land a job as a Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant, Dentist, or Dental Front Office Manager.
Let’s say you have done your part to put together an awesome resume and made it through to the interview stage. A new fad in dental interview formats could mean your hard work is not yet over. With the rise in popularity of group interviews many dental practices are adopting this format over one-on-one interviews in attempts to save time, reduce turnover, and determine which of their candidates best fit into their office culture.
Have you ever gone on a working interview and just assumed that you’d get paid for the time you spent at the office, from the moment you arrived until the time you left? When you got your money, did you discover that, in fact, you only got paid for five of the eight hours you were there? While this isn’t exactly common, it does happen, and anyone going on a working interview should take the following steps to ensure it doesn’t happen to them.
During your job interview, answering questions well is not just important, it is essential! When you face the challenges and fears of interview questions using a few basic guidelines, you can come across like a PRO!