The Matching Conspiracy.
When you think about the whole interviewing experience, it really is analogous to online dating. You sign on, read the profile the residency programs have created, and write your own in turn. Only after each has written and read each other’s profiles, do you all agree to a blind date. You meet for the first time and each party has thirty minutes to figure out if the other is the the one they have been looking for.
Anyone who has read this blog for a length of time knows that I love typography. The Canadian Residency Matching service (CaRMS) happened to use one of my favourite typefaces called Gill Sans. But where have I seen that typeface before.
Coincidence? I think not. Dare I say they may be one and the same company? The plot thickens…
As Horatio would say: “The writing is on the wall.”