I ask because easy jobs like packaging requires people to speak English but everytime I go to a hospital I can't understand my doctor. It doesn't make sense.
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How do they pass the interview though? With a thick accent it's hard for a native to understand so I'm just wondering
Because the accent is mostly immaterial. It may hamper their patient communication a bit but it doesn't affect their quality of care.
Also many physicians are in independent practice or in a small group.
I know it doesn't affect the quality of care but dont they have to explain how they can care for a patient? I know in those interviews they give u a scenario and ask u how u will handle it. So if their accent is thick, won't the interviewer have a hard time understanding?
My thing is how do they get them when no one can understand them