PracticeLink Magazine

Summer 2017

The career development quarterly for physicians of all specialties, PracticeLink Magazine provides readers with feature articles, compensation stats, helpful job search tips—as well as recruitment ads from organizations across the U.S.

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Page 44 of 87 S u MM e R 2017 45 features THE INTERVIEW ISSUE PICKING MARCIA LAYTON TURNER Y ou' R e N e ARIN g t H e e ND o F Y ou R M e DICA l training, and suddenly your email inbox is flooded with messages from physician recruiters alerting you to jobs that may interest you. Then the phone calls start, inquiring about your potential willingness to move from north to south, from east to west —and everywhere in between. Though at first it can be exciting to feel so popular, that euphoria can turn to anxiety as you anticipate making long-term decisions about your career and lifestyle. But being in demand is a plus, as long as you can convert a practice's initial interest into a job offer you'd like. Your goal should be to express interest in certain opportunities without eliminating the possibility of others that may also turn out to be a good fit— while It may feel dizzying to juggle more than one job offer, but with multiple options in hand, you're actually in a prime position. The before, during & YO U R POSITION after guide to managing multiple options

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