Why should we give you this job?
I have the skills and experience required for the is position, I take directions easily, work well in a team and adapt to new environment.
You should expect to be asked this question during a job interview. It is best to be prepared by having researched the company and the position. Being knowledgeable about both will give you an advantage when answering this question. You can give concrete reasons as to why this particular company appeals to you.
Answer 1 If this were a part of an interview question I would answer it chronologically by stating first the past work that I have done to the present work history that I have. I will give a brief background of the things that I do during the job and where or what company I do it for. Answer 2 First mention a commonality between the jobs you've worked. Then give a progression of how…
I was laid off from a 12 year job. Found a job immediately but was fired from that job because I couldn't keep up the pace. Now no one will hire me. What can I do?
Should the US Constitution be amended to give voters the right to recall an officer in the legislative branch executive branch or judicial branch before the officer's term expires?
Yes; there should be a recall if that person in that position is not doing the job correctly or does not know anthing about how the job should be performed then they should be removed from that job. I could not imagine someone taking a position that they know nothing about. Surely this person should have had some experience in this filed before even running for this position.
A. I believe they should. If you have a U.S President that is doing a good job, why would you limit them to only two terms. Whatever happened to "Give the people what they want..." If we, as a nation believe in one person to do a job, and the job is being done well, then what is the problem?! I think it sucks!!