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I have been working at Thomas Jefferson University full-time (More than 5 years)
Great school surrounded with a lot of metric life styles. A lot of stores, restaurants, theaters, and shopping malls.
Care your safety at night. Subway is sort of like New York City. The city is fading over the years.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Thomas Jefferson University (Philadelphia, PA) in March 2015.
I submitted an online application the day the job was posted. HR contacted me about 2 weeks later to schedule an interview with the PI of the lab. HR did not interview me at all. The representative simply read the job description to me, asked for my salary requirements and scheduled the interview. My interview took place 2 days later. I spoke to the PI for about an hour. We had a very laid back conversation; he explained his lab's current research projects and we chatted about life in general. He then gave me a brief tour of his lab and I got to informally chat with two of his lab members. A few days after the interview HR contacted me again for reference and employment verification information.
- I'd say my experience was more like a graduate school interview than a job interview. We had a casual conversation as opposed to an actual interview. Answer Question
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Thomas Jefferson University declares its graduates to be masters of health advancement. Its Jefferson Medical College has departments and clinics in surgery and specialized areas including obstetrics, neurology, and psychiatry. The Graduate Studies department offers programs in public health and biomedical studies. The College of Health Professions has programs in nursing, pharmacy, bioscience technologies, and counseling. Student enrollment is approximately 2,600. The university tests or treats 25,000 inpatients and more than 300,000 outpatients each year. Thomas ...