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  1. Hello, I want to have advice from someone who is in medschool or heard about someone in medschool. I would like to know if it is realistic to have a job while going in first year of medical school. I got accepted and now I have to think about either keeping my job during academic year or not. It is a job where I work saturday and sunday (8 hours) on the weekend. Thank you
  2. Good morning, I work as a hospital clerk. I have a main floor where I work often, but during summer, I go on other floors that are quite different. Ex: telemety, surgery, etc. Should I include a work experience for each one of them instead of all putting under one experience? Because I worked at many floors, I can't even say all the specifities of each floor under one experience, because of the word count... Thank you for your help
  3. As a recent grad newly starting off in the professional world (~3 months in), I'm in a bit of an awkward situation with this year's medical school applications. My position is ongoing - full training for this position takes about a year. While I am not on any sort of contract, the unspoken expectation is that this is a long term position (at least 2-3 years?). As many schools ask you to have your direct supervisor/boss listed as a verifier for paid job positions, I'm wondering what options I have here. Would it be too much of a stretch to list a senior coworker who is involved in training me (and more sympathetic to my situation) rather than my supervisor, as doing so could possibly compromise my work environment/relationships? I was not completely forthcoming during the interview process about my future plans (as they were not concrete - I was considering skipping an application cycle) and if I am not accepted this year (or perhaps ever..), I hope to continue working at this job. Any advice?
  4. I was just hoping to get some advice about this. I am planning on writing my MCAT next summer (first attempt) and I would like to dedicate my summer (3-4 months) on studying for it and practicing as much as I can. However, it dawns on me that I may not be able to maintain a summer job this way, nor dedicate myself to a volunteer position as a regular volunteer. I have heard about people who have balanced studying and other things before, but I would like to devote as much time as I can in one summer term, rather than having to repeat it because of divided responsibilities. Would you recommend balancing or devoting? Am I overthinking this? I am not looking to fill up my resume just for the sake of it; it is just that I have worked with a great PI for two years now and I would love to continue to work for him in the future - just think this gap would jumble things up.
  5. The position has been filled. Thank you for everybody that applied. All the best.
  6. Hi everyone, I'm sure yesterday's results are still settling in, but if anyone was unsuccessful this year and is looking for a great research job for the coming year, my job as a Research Assistant is available. It is clinically oriented, and is amazing exposure to research protocol and working in a hospital setting. Position: Research Assistant, Endocrinology and Diabetes Unit, BC Children's Hospital Focus: Type 1 Diabetes, obesity, metabolic side effects of atypical antipsychotics Roles: Primarily patient recruitment, reading patient charts, meeting families, conducting study visits and entering data Start: ASAP, full time I applied last year and didn't get in, and did this job for one year and got in this year. It is an incredible learning experience and I would happily have continued to work here if I had not gotten in. If you are interested, send me a private message and I will send you more details!
  7. I'm currently a prospective physiotherapy or occupational therapy student in BC (still haven't decided which one I want to pursue). As someone who is pursuing a drastic career change, I don't really know much about these careers in terms of supply, demand, etc. Before I really invest in my decision of wanting to pursue these careers, I'm curious to know what are your guys' opinions on what the job prospects look like for new/recent grads (particularly BC and Canada in general?). Are there any PT's/OT's here that can attest to what the situation is like now and how it may look like in the future? Thanks in advance, your help is really appreciated!
  8. Thank you all for your interest, the position has now been filled.
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