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in an interview
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in an interview
“I’m the kind of person who doesn’t give up, no matter what gets thrown at me.”
“What was your reason for leaving that position?”
“How soon would you be available?”
“I’m good at thinking quickly on my feet.”
“She'll be with you shortly.”
“Ideally, I'd like to be responsible for managing a small team of my own.”
“I feel obligated to give at least three weeks' notice at my current job.”
“Well, I'm currently employed as an account manager at a charter airline.”
“Prior to that, I spent two years as an administrative assistant at a recruiting agency.”
“Well, I can be a bit assertive at times.”
at least (a number) before (something)
arrive to (somewhere)
I'm going to (do something).
extreme acts of violence
carry out (an action)
the current date
What if (something happens)?
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