Explain to the interviewer that you understand the challenges it can bring, but you enjoy it nonetheless. Are you currently standing all day at your job? Talk about any jobs that required you to be on your feet. When you started to get tired, how did you handle it? Were you able to find ways to relax your sore feet and decompress after a long day of physical activity?
"I am used to and comfortable standing on my feet all day. I've found a particular type of shoe that alleviates any sort of fatigue on my feet and standing on fatigue mats helps out. When I get a chance between patients, I definitely utilize the time to sit down and work at a computer as well to refresh my legs."
"Having participated in athletics through high school and remaining an active runner to this day have helped prepare me for a job where I will be on my feet all day. I will be able to handle it with ease. In a job like this, it is important to relax and refresh outside of work to come in each and every day ready to go."
"I am comfortable standing on my feet each day. I get a few chances during the day to take a quick break and sit while I scan a few patients and that has been enough for me. By keeping physically fit outside of work and eating right, work days on my feet are much easier as well."
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