Ok, we are both in our 50s and it seemed reasonable as we were both seeing others. But the ‘busy’ signal in her calendar was not satisfying and I wanted more. At thanksgiving she disappeared on Friday and did not resurface until Sunday night, telling me that she was not ready for a relationship and wanted to go slow. Ok…since then its been reasonable but I did not feel confident . Again I tried to be ‘modern’ in my approach and enjoyed in physical touch. I tried to be endearing, supportive, available to her as a down payment of my intent. On Wed night after the movie and some couch time I began talking about the beginning of a relationship. By Thurs PM she wanted to talk; on Friday over the phone she walked away. Not surprising she seemed unconcerned about me cancelled a very nice New Years Eve dinner I had arranged.
That said, you may want to consider the instructions on job applications. Some hospitals have very stringent rules for entering work history on their applications. For example, they might require every employer for the past 7 years to be entered on the application regardless of duration and also require applicants to provide an explanation of any gaps in employment of greater than 1 month. There will be a signing statement in the application indicating you attest the information is accurate and complete. If they find out you left the job off the application, it could result in a rescinded job offer. Although the chances of this happening are slim.