We look at what happens when you’re called into a practice for an on-site interview. Site visits give both you and the practice a critical opportunity to ask questions and try to figure out if you’re a good match for each other. Our story gives you tips on what to expect from a site visit and the questions you should ask.
And because questions about pay can always be a little tricky, our story offers advice on how to broach the topic of compensation. The bottom line? While you need information about money, you want to avoid making it seem like all you care about in a prospective job is a paycheck.
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