Cut The Cliché Answers And Other Things Hiring Managers Wish You Knew

December 1, 2016  |  
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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.

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