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Job interviews are like speed dates that result in marriage.
Both sides spend the interview trying to develop enough insight to make an informed decision. Everyone shows off his/her best attributes while tactfully unveiling the other person’s worst. The dance ends with both parties asking themselves the same question: Do I want to spend my life with this person?
Or, if you work in medicine: Do I want to spend a few years with this person?
Healthcare providers talk openly about their jobs. We walk into interviews knowing the tangible things a job may offer—things like pay,