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Networking During Clinical Rotations

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I am just about ready to send in my application to UC Davis, Loma Linda, and WesternU. I know it's still a while before I have to decide but UC Davis and Loma Linda are my top picks with WesternU being somewhat of a back up plan.


I am from Southern California and would like the option of obtaining a job in Southern California following PA school. I was wondering how important it is to network during clinical rotations in the areas you wish to work after.


For example, if I go to UC Davis will it be much more difficult to find a job in SoCal because my rotation sites are all up in NorCal or do most people not even get hired by preceptors they rotated with? Thank you.

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