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Physical Therapist What does a physical therapist do? A physical therapist would be the person you were to go and see after surgery. Their main goal would be to regain strength and to regain movement. You can also go to a physical therapist with just a plain injury. Work Environment You must go to college and get your bachelor's degree in Sports Training and then go for two more years and obtain your Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy. What is the job outlook? 39% which is much faster then average. So this job is looking up for people that want to be in physical therapy. How much cash do you make? A physical therapist can be in a doctor's office, in a hospital, a in home therapist, or they can open up their own firm and be a entrepreneur. How do you become a physical therapist? On average a physical therapist makes $76,000 a year. Athletic Trainer What does athletic trainer do? Athletic trainers specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating muscle and bone injuries. They work with people of all ages from young children to soldiers and professional athletes. Work environment? Many athletic trainers work in educational, such as secondary schools or colleges. Others work in physicians' offices or for professional sports teams. Some spend much of their time working outdoors on sports fields. How do you become a athletic trainer? Athletic trainers need at least a bachelor’s degree. In most states, athletic trainers need a license or certification, these requirements vary by state. What is the pay? On average a athletic trainer makes 41,600 a year. What is the job outlook? The job outlook is about 30%, making it much faster than average Orthopedic Surgeon What does a orthopedic surgeon do? A orthopedic surgeon diagnoses and treats injuries in patients. Physicians examine patients, take medical histories, prescribe medications, and order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests. Surgeons operate on patients to treat injuries, such as broken bones. What is the work environment? Many physicians work in private offices or clinics. They will often hire small staff of nurses and other administrative workers. Surgeons and anesthesiologists usually work in sterile environments while performing surgery. Their instruments must to be sterile and kept on away from germs and all non-sterile objects. How to become a orthopedic surgeon? Almost all physicians complete at least 4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of internship and residency, depending on their specialty. So in all they can spend between 11-16 years till they become a full-time surgeon. What is the pay? A surgeon makes around $166,400 per year or $80.00 per hour. Depending on your profession and where you work. What is the job outlook? The job outlook for surgeons are 24% faster than average. What is a weakness? I do tend to have a bit of a temper and that is a definite bad thing. Full transcript
Why did you leave your former job? It was a long travel and my vehicle did not get good gas mileage and was costing me to much to travel back and forth.
Where do you see yourself in five years? I want to go to college and hopefully be settled down and have a family and a good stable job.
Tell me what you know about our company? I do know that it is a small town grocery store. Where the customer is always right and that if you want it then I as an employee can get it for you.
Why did you apply for this job? I applied for this job because I feel like it would be a very good learning experience and a good way to learn more on people skills. 1: Be prepared
2:Pay attention to non-verbal
3:Dress to impress
4:Be sure to ask questions after the interview
5:Practice for the interview
6:Make sure to say thank you
7:Be able to handle a group interview.
8:Prepare to take a interview while having a meal.
10:Answer the question asked and give a specific answer. http://career-advice.monster.com/job-interview/interview-preparation/ten-interviewing-rules/article.aspx