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working interviews

JOB SEEKING

Everything You Need To Know About Working Interviews

Working interviews are an integral part of the dental hygiene interview process. In a working interview, a candidate comes to the office to perform the duties they would be expected […]

Allie Morgan, RDH
Allie Morgan, RDH

Posted June 13, 2022

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JOB SEEKING

4 Tips to Discuss Salary During a Dental Job Interview

It’s natural to feel awkward asking or answering salary-related questions during a dental job interview. However, discussing your salary expectations comfortably with a dental hiring manager or practice owner is […]

Kyle Zak
Kyle Zak

Posted February 19, 2022

dental job posting

EMPLOYERS

How to Get More Out of Your Dental Job Posting & Search

How to Get More Out of Your Dental Job Posting & Search is the third part of the series Hiring Through a Dental Labor Crisis. Catch up on Part 1 […]

Jennifer Reeves
Jennifer Reeves

Posted June 01, 2021

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EMPLOYERSJOB SEEKING

Ghosting Hurts Everyone & Our Industry

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 […]

Jennifer Reeves
Jennifer Reeves

Posted April 15, 2021

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EMPLOYERSJOB SEEKING

Are You Asking the Right Dental Interview Questions?

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 […]

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted July 20, 2020

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JOB SEEKING

How to Improve Your Professional Etiquette Game in 7 Steps

Be Successful in Your Job Search Manners are a huge part of how employers perceive you. So make sure you are putting your best foot forward by utilizing DentalPost’s professional […]

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted March 06, 2020

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5 Tips to Quit Your Dental Job Like a Pro

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 […]

Jennifer Reeves
Jennifer Reeves

Posted November 13, 2019

interview tips for your dental assistant interview

JOB SEEKING

How to Present Your Best Self in a Dental Assistant Job Interview

Making a good first impression is always important during an interview. You need to be able to find ways to set yourself apart from other applicants. There are many ways […]

Lizzie Weakley
Lizzie Weakley

Posted September 20, 2019

4 must ask interview questions when staffing

EMPLOYERS

4 Must-Ask Interview Questions When Staffing a New Dental Office

With the dentistry field continuing to evolve, it is important to hire only qualified, trained, and professional staff. If you are responsible for hiring staff in a new medical office, […]

Kara Masterson
Kara Masterson

Posted September 12, 2019

7 habits of highly effective job seekers

JOB SEEKING

7 Questions and Answers For Your Dental Assistant Interview

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 […]

Jane Hurst
Jane Hurst

Posted June 07, 2019

4 must ask interview questions when staffing

JOB SEEKING

Interview Checklist: How Dental Grads Can Nail a Dental Interview

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 […]

Jennifer Reeves
Jennifer Reeves

Posted May 07, 2019

dental interview questions

JOB SEEKING

3 Dental Job Interview Questions That Will “Wow” Your Interviewer

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 […]

The DentalPost Team
The DentalPost Team

Posted March 18, 2019

Land dental jobs and more with these 5 important tips.

JOB SEEKING

5 Skills in High Demand for Dental Jobs

You’ve been through the right training, you’re comfortable with the instruments, and now you’re ready to interview for dental jobs. However, concrete dental skills are only half the battle here; […]

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted June 12, 2018

job interview tips

JOB SEEKING

6 Top Dental Job Interview Tips

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 […]

Robert Hudson
Robert Hudson

Posted March 27, 2018

finding a dental job

JOB SEEKING

5 Tips to Finding a Dental Job You Love

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 […]

The DentalPost Team
The DentalPost Team

Posted February 07, 2018

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JOB SEEKING

Looking for Your Dental Home? 10 Tips to Rock Your Next Interview

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, […]

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted October 11, 2016

dental resume profile

JOB SEEKING

6 Tips to Refresh Your DentalPost Jobseeker Resume Profile

We often find ourselves looking to spruce up and refresh when spring arrives. From cleaning out closets to washing windows, organizing offices, or even scrubbing social media profiles, we all […]

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted May 23, 2016

working interview

JOB SEEKING

Has This Happened to You? (My Employer Duped Me!)

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.

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted August 12, 2013

Dental job interview

JOB SEEKING

Top 5 Critical Questions To Answer In a Dental Job Interview

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!

Tonya Lanthier, RDH
Tonya Lanthier, RDH

Posted May 30, 2013