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Effective Career Navigation Starts With Self-Assessment
One of the great, unique attributes of the PA profession is its breadth of career possibilities across the spectrum of medical, and increasingly, nonclinical practice.
Handling Difficult Interview Questions
Interviews can be stressful, no doubt about it! I’ve found in my work with PA clients that preparation (especially for difficult questions) is an effective way to promote confidence and even turn anxiety into excitement about meeting with a prospective employer. Effective preparation involves careful assessment of your abilities as a clinician (and person) and how they correspond to the job, and also working out your replies to commonly asked difficult questions in advance.
PAs in Administration
For Sheri A. Shebairo, MBA, PA-C, getting to the bottom of an issue has been a driving force throughout her professional life. Her first career was as a television news reporter in New York, but she always knew she wanted to have a more personal impact on the lives of others.
Pros and Cons of Signing a PA Employment Contract
Is it always in a PA’s interest to have an employment contract? Are there some situations in which it is better to go without one?
Interview Preparation Advice and Exercises
As a career coach, I frequently help my PA clients prepare for interviews. In this article, I’d like to share some exercises that will help you be a more effective and confident interviewee.
PA Career Coach
Jennifer Hohman has helped hundreds of PAs get their dream jobs. Put her expertise to work for you!
Getting through PA school is a challenge for anyone, and particularly for parents of young children.
Assessing an Offer: Key Questions to Consider
Congratulations—you’ve been offered the job! Now you need to assess the offer and build a negotiation strategy.