Vacancies for medical jobs can often be very competitive, so it is only natural that you may feel a little nervous when it comes to your job interview.
No matter how qualified or experienced you are, those jitters can get even the best of us.
Our tips below show you how you can adequately prepare to that all important upcoming interview.
Many interviewers understand that you will often be a little nervous on the day. However, don't get too flustered. Although interviewers will expect to see sweaty palms and racing hearts, it reflects poorly on you if you allow it to get the better of you.
Your body language says more about your state of mind than your words do. Thorough interviewers will watch your every move, so always be conscious about your body language.
Once you have entered the interview room, you are very much on your own, but there are plenty of things a recruitment agency can do beforehand to help make the whole process less overwhelming.
There are a number of advantages to be had from acquiring the services of a medical recruitment firm - one of which is their vast knowledge of the industry.