Jordan Kryshak

Medical Assistance Team Leader
Woodbridge Township, New Jersey







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Hi Melissa- When I took the career aptitude tests in high school they led me down a similar path. A path of questioning what I thought I wanted was something I was capable of doing, simply because the results didn't align with my goals, what I thought I wanted for myself, or anything that...

Active May 10 '17 at 17:08
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Hi Alec- Many schools offer programs for their athletes to ensure they are able to succeed both as students, and athletes! Athletic codes still exist at a collegiate level, so for the team you may consider playing on, your grades are as important to them as they are to you. If this is something...

Active May 10 '17 at 16:00
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Hi Anna- For me it was trial and error. I believe I had changed my major four different times before I decided to be "undeclared". Life is all about learning about ourselves. We may think we know exactly what we want, only to chase it and realize we may have been wrong. Don't give up, don't...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:53
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Hi Sarah- It is important to remember that you will be the one to decide the answer to this question. There are many different ways now a days to create a professional career, many people have the opportunity to work from home, to choose their hours, to work part-time, there are tons of options...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:48
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As many of the answers above already indicate, every interview is different so it is best to be prepared for anything! However, here are some of the questions I ask and why: What are your long term career goals? Why? I want to know why you are applying for this position and how it fits into...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:43
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Having been someone who has interviewed a very large number of people I have been asked a great deal of questions. Below are a few of my favorites, as I feel they show you have a genuine interest and are committed to long term goals: What is the company's mission statement? What are the...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:37
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Hi Taylor- When I began my career in the medical field I had a seniored colleague tell me the following, "It is important to remember that we do not kill people. Their illnesses or injuries do." This has been something I have carried with me over the past several years and honestly have had to...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:33
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Hi Sydney- Great question! I truly believe life led me down this path as a result of a constant desire to help others. You are right that there are very difficult situations. At times you are working direclty with a family experiencing the most traumatic event of their life. But there are also...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:28
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Hi Taylor- Every job will have it's stressors. What is most important is deciding which ones are important to you. If you have found something you enjoy doing, you are less likely to feel weighed down by the stress of the job. If you are doing something you do not enjoy, you are more likely to...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:22
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Hello- I have to agree with the overwhelming majority above, that this is still a possibility. I believe we have seen great progress over time and there are many people working to continue to make changes on gender equality. With that being said, approaching any position with this in your mind...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:12
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Hi Nikki- I believe the most important thing in choosing a career path is finding something that excites you, challenges you, and rewards you. Sometimes it will do all of these things at the same time. Find something you are passionate about and run with it! Find something that gives you...

Active May 10 '17 at 15:06
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Hi Sophia- I also agree with the above answers. If the opportunity were to present itself to you allowing you to enter at a management level, and it is something you are interested in I would certainly encourage you to pursue it. I would also suggest taking time to understand the bottom line,...

Active May 10 '17 at 14:52
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Hello- Purchasing a home does not require a rental history. Generally you will need to apply and be approved for a home loan which will require credit history, which rental history can at times be included in as far as payment confirmations. You will also want to be sure you have saved up a...

Active May 10 '17 at 14:44
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Hi Sophia- As you have likely already experienced in your life, there are always going to be situations that add more stress than one is used to. The same can be said for any job, at any level. There are many ways to deal with stress when it is encountered; taking a walk, talking with a friend,...

Active May 10 '17 at 14:37
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