Cut The Cliché Answers And Other Things Hiring Managers Wish You Knew
At least look like you’re in it for the long haul
While the interviewer does want to feel you are a go-getter, they want someone who isn’t going to opportunity jump. “Most hiring managers are hoping that if they select a great candidate, they won’t have to turn around and replace that person within a year. When you are asked about your career goals, it isn’t a strategic response to say that you would like to do this job for a year and then move up. Just so you know, most hiring managers are hoping you will be happy with a job for two years or probably longer before you are thinking about the next move,” reported Vocation Village.