Riiiiiight. And which specialty do you suggest I switch to after being blackballed from EM?I find this very hard to believe.
If true, please report to the relevant ERAS authorities so this person can be disciplined appropriately.
So seriously, it's not uncommon for people to get asked illegal questions at interviews. Most of the time, it's probably innocent and not being used to discriminate. In the case I mentioned, the interviewer clearly wanted to find out if there were issues with people moving to that city, finding jobs for the spouse, support for childcare, etc. But even though those questions shouldn't have been asked, it seems like a bit of an overreaction to report the program over it! This is exactly the kind of thing I'm talking about when I asked before if we could all cut each other a little slack. For a specialty full of laid back people, this thread comes across like we're pretty uptight.