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How to avoid 5 of the worst interview mistakes

Nobody loves interviews. Just as with any profession, those applying for optical jobs can find that years of experience and the right skills may still count for nothing, if they make a crucial mistake.

5 ways to avoid the Monday Blues

We’ve all been there. As Sunday evening rolls around, instead of enjoying a relaxing evening, you start getting agitated – even stressed – about the approaching week at work. Plenty of people in veterinary jobs, and across the wider healthcare profession, will have experienced the ‘Monday Blues’ (a legitimate phenomenon; just ask the experts).

Why take a doctor job in Singapore?

With the increasing pressures on the NHS, it’s perhaps not surprising that more and more UK-based healthcare staff are open to taking doctor jobs in Singapore amongst other countries. But would it appeal to you?

How to answer “what are your weaknesses?”

Regardless of the job in question, you know that you’re likely to be asked about your key strengths and suitability for the role. There’s also a good chance you’ll be questioned on challenges you’ve faced, but increasingly employers are asking candidates to detail their weaknesses.

Pre-interview Checklist

There’s no such thing as too much interview preparation. We all cringe at that question we ought to have known, that topic we didn’t research, or how we were flustered because we ended up running late.

How to answer 5 of the toughest interview questions

In any interview situation, it’s simply not possible to predict exactly what you will be asked – and interviews for Medical Devices jobs are no exception. And regardless of profession, there are some interview questions that can derail your performance if you’re not prepared for them.

Why work as a GP trainer?

We all know how important it is to train up the next generation of people for GP jobs. But would you consider becoming a GP trainer? In the role you train and mentor the new GPs for six months or even a year at a time, assessing them throughout. Your protégées will most likely be at different stages of their training when they come to you.