How Interview Coaching Can Help You Get a Medical Sales Job

Are you going to interviews, but not getting the offer? Or not even getting called back for a second interview?

Maybe there’s some issue you don’t have a great explanation for: a gap in your employment history, why you’re willing to take a pay cut in a new job, why you’ve been out of a job for so long, or something.

Maybe you don’t even know why–you think you’re doing a great job, but you’re not getting the call back.

It’s time for you to invest in interview coaching. Great interview coaching can help you with confidence, communication, presence, wording, emphasis, and other areas that are stopping you from getting the job offer you want and deserve. It focuses on your particular situation and your individual personality and style to give you the boost you need.

In this video, I’ll give you some examples of how I helped real candidates with roadblocks in their job searches that gave them a breakthrough and got them job offers. And we did it in less than an hour.



Written by Peggy McKee - the medical sales recruiter
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