One of my favorite blogs, the White Coat Investor, did Morbidity and Mortality rounds for one reader’s finances. I think it’s a neat way to process information and present it to you in a format familiar to veterinary medicine. For those who don’t know, in medicine we do M&M rounds when something goes wrong. Usually,
With 1.8 unique applicants per available position in US veterinary schools, many applicants will not be admitted. Most intern applicants do not get their #1 pick. Many resident applicants don’t get a residency. You will make a mistake that kills a patient. One surgeon I worked for said, “If you haven’t seen a complication doing
Most people who apply to a position want to be the ideal candidate. Employers want the ideal candidate, so they get a quality employee who will stay for the long term and not cause waves. Applicants want the ideal position, to progress their career and to maximize happiness. Sadly, there is no such thing as
Regardless of the position you are applying for, here are some basic rules for a successful interview.