Does pre-employment medical mean I got the job?

It's not a guarantee

A pre-employment medical does not necessarily you got the job, as it is being conducted to ensure you are fit to perform the job's duties.

While undergoing a pre-employment medical examination might be a positive sign that you are being seriously considered for the position, it does not guarantee that you have been offered the job.

Employers may use the results of the medical examination, along with other factors such as interviews, references, and skills assessments, to make their final hiring decision. It's possible that other candidates are also undergoing the same process, and the employer will review all the information before making a decision.

It's important to wait for official communication from the employer regarding the status of your job application. Until you receive an official job offer, it's best to avoid making assumptions about the outcome based solely on a pre-employment medical examination.

If you've got an upcoming pre-employment medical and you're worried about the privacy of your personal medical information, check out the Fair Work Ombudsman website.

If you want to learn more about the recruitment process, click the button below to read our article on how recruitment agencies work.

Does pre-employment medical mean I got the job?

Are you looking for a job?

Are you looking for a job?

Now that you know whether a pre-employment medical means you got the job, you should take a moment to check our current vacancies page.

At 11 Recruitment, we have a range of white-collar temp and perm jobs available. We're always on the lookout for top talent to place with our clients, so we encourage you to apply for any positions that are of interest.

If none of our current vacancies are right for you, you should register for job alerts. Then we’ll be able to notify you when we receive a position that matches your profile.