As a supervisor i am amused by the different approaches some interviewees have actually taken over the years. There are a few interviews that stick out as Academy Award contenders for Best Arrogant Performance.
Efficiency number one features an inexperienced, newly degreed interviewee who we’ll phone “Pug.” Pug showed up for the meeting on time, had been well dressed, and seemed well-prepared for the meeting.
We started the interview with a simple greeting, offered Pug one thing to take in, and tell him the thing that was likely to take place into the interview. Before I could get my very first question down, Pug informed me of their income expectations and told me that there have been other programs ready to meet his objectives. You can be told by me his expectations had been about 2 times what we typically paid newly degreed candidates and I knew we’d never be …