Spinning it Positive in a Nursing Job Interview

When sitting in a job interview for a new nursing position, do you feel like you have to be constantly on the defensive? Are you anxious about how to respond to questions geared towards creating a crack in the foundation of your career and self-confidence? Do you tremble at the thought of verbal swordplay?



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