I have received a job offer that seams to good to be true. I responded to and add for an administrative assistant listing and at the interview they offered me a position as a hair restoration technician. I believe that I am under- qualified with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Business. Is it customary to only hire women technicians? How do I know if this job is legit?
Training for a hair transplant technician takes considerable time and to become proficient once the skills are learned, may take a few years. If the doctor has experience training technicians and you like the detailed work that is involved, then you can embark on this as a career move. I would hope that the doctor who offered you the position does not let you loose and expect that you will become an instant member of the surgical team, making many mistakes along the learning path. It often helps if you have some medical assistant training so you understand the sterile technique process.