Did you know the average recruiter/child life employer only takes 6 secondsto look over your résumé ?!
Trying your best to get a child life job, but can’t figure out why you’re not getting past an interview? Our latest September issue is giving you the edge in how to land your dream position!
Child life students, child life interns, and child life specialists internationally have been requesting some insight into the interview process.
LSQ sought the expertise of MoneyCrashers.com‘s co-founder Andrew Schrage to give you real answers:
“Self-confidence is a key to a successful interview, yet many people just don’t have it. Therefore, you’re just going to have to create some. Read your résumé over a few times, compare your skill set to the requirements of the position, and simply convince yourself that you’re the best fit.” (excerpt from LSQ article) Andrew shares how to put yourself into a winning light during the hospital application, interview, and hiring process.
Some questions from our article:
* Child life applicants are competing against personal that already work at a hospital and want to move latterly
* Child life specialists having to move out of state for a position and what relocation fees look like
* Child life is an extremely competitive field to get into, what is the best way to create an edge in an interview? Words, phrases, and angles to make you a more attractive candidate
* How to request a transfer if a CCLS is currently working in a unit that doesn’t quite suit them