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August 20th, 2022

New grad with zero hospital experience.

No experience in the field you're applying for.

Not having a 'professional' demeanor. Dress appropriately for your interview.

Criminal background or any "actions" against your license in the past. If you Do have this, be VERY open about it .. NEVER hide it .. it WILL be found out. If you are honest and forthcoming and let them know of the circumstances, and if applicable, accept personal responsibility as well as what life lessons have been learned And implemented, you stand a good chance of overcoming this big hurdle.

Have had multiple employers over a short amount of time.
-- If travelling or taking per diem positions, be willing to list your experiences ... this one might not be a 'red flag' per se, and could be seen as a good learning experience.
-- If leaving various facilities for different reasons, be willing and able to discuss why it didn't work out for either you or your past employer, openly and honestly, Without saying derogatory things about your past employer!

August 21st, 2022

Did you mean red flags about you to the recruiter or red flags you should listen for in an