When it comes to finding a new job, what do physicians want to know? Our Client Success team at Doximity works closely with physician recruiters and share some of the most common types of questions they hear from physicians considering a new opportunity.
- Compensation. Not surprisingly, the most frequently asked questions are around compensation. Many physicians are advised not to ask about it during their first interview – and that should go for recruiters, too. Why? It can leave a candidate thinking compensation is essential for your role. Will a candidate help you fulfill your facility’s overarching goals or mission? In general, the pay rate won’t help you with that. Discussions of compensation should also cover much more than base salary, benefits, and bonuses.