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President J P Systems, Inc. a Healthcare IT Firm
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Quality Assurance Manager
Probably a typical one and one I really dont have answer for is where do you plan on being in the next 5 years.
Executive Director at Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce
looking at my resume, outlining my volunteer experience, one senior VP said - "you just seem really busy, do you have time for this?"
not really a question, but an interesting comment! Do people hiring want us to come to the interview with little outside experience? What should we be putting on our resume?
Pamela K. R.
Experienced Credit and Collections Professional
I agree with that one Jennifer. What is one supposed to say? I find my inner sarcasm begging to come out with an answer.
Project Manager at Unitedheatlh Group
How many golf balls does it take to fill a school bus? It is a question to see if you are a creative thinker but really!
Dawn M D.
Human Resources Manager
When asked the 'where do you see yourself in 5 years' question - you have to make some basic assumptions. It usually helps to turn that one around and ask the interviewer how they would like it answered - should you assume you're still with your current employer, or with a new company? Or perhaps ask the interviewer in response, if I were hired by your organization what would my career path be? As an HR professional, I never ask this question, there are too many variables. But if asked - I would focus on my desires for personal and professional growth, continued education & learning... the things I actually have control over and don't need to make assumptions in order to outline the path.
For a sales interview...the interviewer picks up a pencil and says "sell me this." So random and pointless.
For a sales position, "You're not planning on having a baby are you?" Yikes.
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