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Does your mind go blank when the interviewer asks if you have any questions for them? We’ve put together some valuable questions to ask in your next job interview, so you can be prepared with what to put forward.
With International Women’s Day being celebrated on Sunday 8th March, we’re taking a look at why a career in dentistry could be an ideal fit for females. From flexibility to creativity, discover some of the benefits of working in the dental industry.
There’s no doubt that salary is an important factor when dentists look for a new job. However, pay is not their only consideration, they’re also looking for a healthy work/life balance at a supportive and modern practice. When a practice manager wants to hire a new dentist, what are the five factors they need to keep in mind?
Your CV is one of the most important elements in landing a new job - but how do you ensure your resume stands out from the competition and convinces potential employers to choose you? Discover our top tips for CV success.
Ever wondered how being organised and productive can lead to success in both your personal and professional life? We caught up with Lorraine Murphy - award-winning entrepreneur, bestselling author, speaker and mentor - who gave us the latest tips and inspiration for people looking to shake up their habits at home and at work.
When busy becomes frantic and there’s no end in sight, you might be en route to burnout. Don’t wait until you’re super-stressed or sick, you need to take action to stop burnout from taking over. Read on for how to handle this common problem.
Whether you’re looking for work or already a busy dentist, volunteer dental work can be a positive thing to do. It needn’t be a big commitment, but giving some time to help others can help with networking, adding to your resume and giving you personal satisfaction.
Career counselling can help you get ahead in work because it can identify problem areas, or skills gaps, and provide support to help you move forward. Here’s what you need to know.