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First a conversation with a corporate worker over the phone, followed by another conversation with another corporate worker through Skype, followed by an interview at an office with, in my case, just the Regional Manager. He explained to me and a couple other interviewees the potential to make $20k a month like the highest paid doctor. What he didn't explain was that this highest paid doctor sees almost all private, cash, and non-Medicaid insurance patients, whereas we'll most likely see Medicaid-only. He then showed us a typical schedule at the beginning and end of the day. They looked like a crowded Tetris board. However, he downplayed it, making it seem like most of them won't show up; and even though there isn't a set lunch period, with all the no-shows that occur, having time to eat won't be a problem. After that, the interviewees and myself did something rarely done by dentists who work at Dental Dreams: we had lunch. Afterward, we then spoke to the Regional Clinical Director and other interviewees through Skype. A month later, after I had enough credentials such that I could be an adequate cash cow for them, I was asked over the phone when I could come in to start working.


Very short interview. Came to me on another job site.


Applied through Indeed. Manager called and asked if I could come in for an interview.


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