How to Pass a Drug Test
If you have going on job interviews, you may be expect on taking a drug test. Many companies today find it necessary to make potential employees take and pass a drug test. This saves the company money often lost in benefits and insurance by employees who are abusing street drugs.
If you have never had a drug test before, you may be working how to pass a drug test. Well, the easiest way is to stay away from street drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, methamphetamines, PCP, and Ecstasy.
What about how to pass a drug test if you are taking prescription medication? If you have been prescribed a medication by your doctor and are currently taking it (or have been taking it within the last month), be sure to inform the person giving you the drug test that you are on prescription medication and the name of the medication. If you are taking prescription medication, that may return a false positive result in the drug test. If this is, the case and you know you have not taken any illegal substances, do not worry. If a positive is returned on the in-house test, more than likely, the company will send you to a laboratory for further testing. If you are indeed clean, the more advanced testing will show that.
What about how to pass a drug test if you have been exposed to second hand marijuana smoke? If you have been around someone who has smoked marijuana or even live with someone who regularly smokes it, you can rest assured that unless you yourself have smoked it, it will not return a positive result. Secondhand marijuana smoke will not show up on drug tests.
What about how to pass a drug test if you yourself have been taking drugs? The best way is to stop abusing drugs before you go out on interviews. Most traces of street drugs will work their way out of your system within a week, if not less. If you do pass the drug test and the company hires you, you will want to continue to refrain from illegal drug usage as many companies often do random drug testing.
Disclaimer: Cliff Schaffer does not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.