The most common questions posed at your physician job interview will cover a range of topics—from career motivation, clinical skills, and experience, to personal strengths and weaknesses, how you handle conflict, and where you would want your physician career path to take you.
We find that most physicians miss asking critical questions during the interview, questions that cover the elements that are among the primary reasons why physicians end up quitting their job down the road. The questions you should remember to ask cover areas such as unclear expectations related to compensation structure, how the bonus is calculated, CME days are not covered, insurance is not included.
To ensure that you ask the right questions to clarify vague and omitted elements during your interview, we have prepared the ultimate interview questions for you below.
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