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Clinical Nuclear Medicine:
doi: 10.1097/RLU.0000000000000448
From the American College of Nuclear Medicine

Tips for a Physician in Getting the Right Job, Part XII: General Questions for the Applicant to Ask

Harolds, Jay A. MD

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Abstract: The type and caliber of the questions asked by a job hunter is one of the ways an interviewer will evaluate the candidate. Questions that show poor preparation should not be asked, such as failure to read what the employer sent to the job seeker or not doing elementary research on the practice, the organization, or the community. Asking about insignificant details also is not helpful. Not having any good questions to ask is a negative in an interview. This article discusses many possible important questions for the applicant to ask during an interview.

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