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 you might be hurting your job chances without even knowing it. The first step to increasing your chances of getting a job is identifying things you may be doing wrong. Here are some common things that job seekers unknowingly do that sabotage their odds of getting a job.
You may be applying to many places at one time, however, tailoring your resume to fit each job you’re applying to is important. A generic resume is just that: generic. Employers look at generic resumes all day; make yours stand out by appealing to something they care about. Similarly, a customized cover letter is also crucial. Seasoned employers can tell when it’s been copy and pasted over and over.
Sometimes, searching for dental jobs can seem like
Let’s say you got the interview. Yay! Now, you need to prepare for the interview. Interviews can be an exciting yet nerve-wracking experience. Some people work well under pressure, others clam up and freeze. To avoid spacing out during your interview, practice answering the questions you think they’ll ask. Then, write notes to help answer anything you’re not prepared for. Approach your interview with confidence and you’ll be surprised how well you do!
Posted November 05, 2019
Long before most patients visit a dentist, they try to take a look at a map. They need to know where the office is located, and those that don’t show up rarely get contacted. If you want to literally put your dental office on the map, you need to invest in local search engine optimization […]
Posted June 21, 2019
Spend more time with family. Have more time to pursue hobbies, go back to college, or write a book. Earn extra income to supplement your current job. Why do you want to temp as a dental assistant or hygienist? Temping in a dental office can be a super-convenient way to earn while maintaining a flexible […]
Posted May 24, 2019
So you’ve decided to find a new job—only to discover that the market is scarce. Job markets (like any market) ebb and flow. Some months, like September and October, are better than others because a lot of companies want to hire before the frenzy of the holidays. Other months, like June and July, aren’t so […]