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Interview Tips: Tell Me About Yourself v2.- the GOOD answer

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A woman, interviewing for a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative position, answers the common interview question: Tell Me About Yourself. This is an example of an GOOD way to answer this question. Created by Fresno, California’s most respected Recruiting, Staffing and Human Resources consulting firm — Denham Resources.

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  • northernlaugh

    shes so hot

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  • exoticaguy69

    I’m the most sarcastic person you’ll ever meet because I know for a fact that the people you have working here now don’t deserve to have a job and , Oh ya I’ll bring donuts every day to keep the fat ass employees happy here.

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  • shoedoctor99

    Great video.

    for Intro and Outtro…. please use a damn Pop Filter!!!

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  • helruna93

    I wish interviews utilised a language game that is normative. Why, “tell me about yourself”, equates to, “sell me yourself”, is bizarre.

    Answering this question also entails that the interviewer is actually trained in hearing a reply.

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  • advicecommunity

    Thank you so much for this interview advice!
    If any of you need advice on virtually ANYTHING in the future, check out my channel. comment, send me an inbox message, or a video response and i will address any issues in my next video. thanks!

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  • tmele1234

    I like this example. The original one was probably what I would have been similar to before I looked here. I will let you know after this Monday how I did.

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  • jhojhoflip

    wew!!! what a great example…now i know thnx

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  • lisadee77

    This was a great example! Thank you!

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  • natashaservo

    Thank you for posting this example of a great “tell me about yourself” answer, as well as your bad “tell me about yourself” answer in another of your videos. It was absolutely worth my time, and much more helpful than the videos giving me their long list of interview do’s & don’ts. Thanks again!

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  • m22687

    Interviews used to be a way for two people to have a conversation during which one person would figure out if they wanted to hire the other and the other would figure out if they wanted to work with that person and a company.

    Nowadays the interview is totally detached from reality, a merry dance of fake answers, insincerity and BS.

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  • antonelli5000

    The girl is cute.

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  • waterpower105

    sometimes the answers have to be fake, it’s just to give the interviewer an idea on how you are.

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  • conix01

    i used this tips! and nailed my interview!!! thx!

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  • glasswings21

    @Kellysayshello Don’t they just wish you were the job interviewer everywhere? …LMAO! …:D

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  • DUserNameUnavailable

    Please consider listing the tips you wish to highlight in the description side box for easy review (for this video and future…perhaps previous, time permitting).

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  • fantaluv

    The Voice’s Are So joke you yanks sound so fake some times

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  • imprezawrx8191

    she really get the wihtout say any word…she looks sexy hot and beautiful i would to have sex with her

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  • LynneDiann82

    I recently interviewed for 2 jobs (hence the reason I was watching this video a week or so ago). I got both jobs, granted they were part time jobs and fairly simple interviews. Still, I baqsically did the complete opposite of this video and got the jobs. I might make my OWN video on interviews.

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  • Kellysayshello

    She has great tits. I couldn’t hear anything she said; I was hypnotized by her boobies.

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  • Kellysayshello

    I agree with you LynneDiann82! I used to be great at interviews and ALWAYS got every job I interviewed for. My answers were fairly spontaneous with just a general idea in advance of what I might say.

    Then I had a couple of really important interviews for great jobs. So I went online and found all the questions interviewers typically ask and I prepared memorized, rehearsed answers. The result was I rambled on too long and it sounded rehearsed. I didn’t get those jobs but I learned my lesson!

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  • pherrote

    Just be yourself,be spontaneous! this looks soooo fake..it has no credibility at all!

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  • BoomerNavy70

    Walk in like you own the damn place and that the person interviewing you will be working for your ass in three months.

    Make them aware that if they do not square themselves away that you will be on them like White On Rice.

    Also understand that anyone that shows up in a blouse like that is history before they open their mouth. She looks like some sort of camouflaged tropical fish.

    Here is my suggestion. Considering the American economy go sign up for the Marines. CARRY ON.

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  • LynneDiann82

    I completely agree with you. This is a pretty awful answer to the posed question. I have a friend that interviews people all day long, and he says the most common mistake people make is that they ramble on when asked to talk briefly about themselves. He says you should keep it to 30 seconds – 1 minute.

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  • bahraouik

    I m disappointed !!

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