Aussie Accents & the Job Interview.

In my first collaboration, I talk to Bronwyn who is a qualified Speech Pathologist about how International Doctors can best approach a job interview in Australia. Especially how they can come across clearly in a conversation, structure their answers and avoid problems with Aussie accents or Australian English.

The Aussie Accent, Australian English and Australian pronunciation of words are all unique.

Thanks to Drs Oleg and Svetlana for helping with this video

Some tips for being succesful in your job interview.

– Slow down your words
– Think about how many points you want to make first
– Watch your rising and falling tone. See here

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