I applied for a secretarial job at a Dentist Office.
I am qualified but the problem is I have CROOKED TEETH!!
Please share your experiences.
I heard from an inside source that he would give a call if the other girl doesn't work.
I didn't GET THE JOB YO...
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Tell the Doc, that he/she can fix your teeth, and in exchange, they can document the transformation for a promotional video/commercial. When customers walk in and see you, they’ll know the commercial and his/her work is legit. Everybody wins.
I applied to a position as a sales rep for a marketing/advertising firm a while back and had no previous sales experience (I had worked as a cook for two years after getting into the workforce) and had never worn a tie to work before.
I had an excellent 2-year-long career in sales that taught me tons about selling a product/service, advertising and handling the finances and business side of things and prepared me for my own company startup.
Hell, I'm far from fucking qualified to run a company. Especially one in publishing, I went to University for psychology and I didn't even finish the damn course, I dropped out for this. There's no universe where I'm qualified as a publisher. But I know the industry because I learned it on my own prior to getting into it and I know the market because I worked it prior to getting into it as preparation.
Qualifications don't mean fuck all if you don't know what you're doing. And qualifications alone can't get you to the place where you know what you're doing.
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Hahaha that’s funny but it’s good st the same time!
My cousins girlfriend, was secretary assistant at dental office as well, and then she got her braces there! Now she has nice teeth.
Maybe you could get benefits and a letter deal as oppose to a regular patient. :)
Stay confident! Try your best to not seem intimidated or embarrassed to talk.. just be free, be you, and hopefully you’ll get some help there :)!
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I think it's great you could have a job at a dental practice. So congratulations there. I've seen many people with imperfect teeth at dental offices bbut the nice thing is that one you're employed there the dentist will probably give you free dental care or very low cost at least and you'll get to straighten your teeth ! I don't think the employer would dismiss... your application based on having crooked teeth. Now, if you said you were missing teeth if say they probably wouldn't hire you. But I think you're worried about something that people aren't likely to be very judgmental over. Good luck! I hope you get the job!