Shoes for residency interview - is black necessary? - Page 2
^ this, nobody will give a rat's ass about your shoes as long as you don't show up in sneakers or one of those horrid fake snake shinny monstrosities...
In retrospect and after seating in the interviewee and interviewer chair more than once I can tell you that rarely if ever was the interviewee attire or bullshit answers to any of the bullshit questions of any consequence. By the time you made it to the interview they already like you on paper. They just want to get a feel for you, are you somebody they will like to work with for 3-5 years? are there any signs of a psychopathic personality that they might be able to catch before you match? etc.
...agreed. Interviewers usually ask a few throw-away questions to find out if you bullshxtted them about your qualifications. After that, it's about selling who you are. It's about confidence and communication skills. If you have those two things (and you didn't bullshxt on your qualifications), then you'll make a great impression, and they'll be more willing to up your pay during negotiation.
Well done doctor.
Too late (;
I think I'll probably break down and pick up some black shoes just so I don't feel self conscious about it since most plastic surgeons I've worked with have extremely good fashion sense and would notice if I'm stepping outside of the norms. I really like the kent wangs I have (esp. compared to Allen Edmonds at a similar price point) and am considering these:
Does anyone have any other recommendations around the same price ($350)?