-What's the name of the company you worked for before you quit?
-What was your job title?
-How long did you work there?
-Almost 5 years.
-What were your expectations for the job and to what extent were they met?
-I was expecting to work there for the rest of my life, and I thought I'd be able to move up the corporate ladder as time went by.
-What were your starting and final levels of compensation?
-I started out getting paid about $25,000 a year and five years later, I had already reached $35,000.
-What were your responsibilities?
-My duties included customer service, such as handling ticket purchases and reservations, assigning passenger seats according to first or second class travel, and generally answering passenger's questions. I was already being considered for promotion.
-What major challenges and problems did you face? How did you handle them?
-I would say the major challenge I faced was dealing with the extremely large volume of passengers and their frustrations when flights were delayed or cancelled. It could get very stressful at times, but I always managed to control my emotions.
-What was it like working for your supervisor?
-It was a pleasure working for my supervisor. She was always very helpful.
-Why are you leaving your job?
-Those employees who hadn't been working at the airline for a very long time were told that because of the need to downsize, Continental had to let them go. I was obviously one of those.
-Tell me about yourself.
-I'm an experienced customer service representative who has good interpersonal skills, a passion for dealing with all kinds of people, and a desire to contribute as much as I can to the company I work for.
-If the people who know you were asked why you should be hired, what would they say?
-They would say that I'm a punctual and dedicated worker.
-Do you prefer to work independently or on a team?
-I enjoy working with people, but I'm quite comfortable working independently as well.
-Why should we hire you?
-I firmly believe I have both the experience and the qualifications to contribute much to your company.
J'irais au travail. Il n'en serait pas difficile de persuader maman. En tant qu'étudiant après tout, j'ai dépassé par une année la capacité en tout qui correspond à mon année d'étude, et maman était un chaud partisan du concept de l'autosuffisance. En fait, elle se réjouirait à l'idée d'avoir un fils qui démontrait un tel degré d'audace et de jugeote et de voir que j'avais dans le caractère tellement du sien.