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At Procter and Gamble we prefer to hire candidates who value post-secondary education. Do you have any post-secondary education or related training?

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    At Procter and Gamble we prefer to hire candidates who value post-secondary education. Do you have any post-secondary education or related training?

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      Talk to the interviewer about your post-secondary education, being sure to highlight the best parts of your performance. If you do not have the formal post-secondary education, you will need to sell the interviewer on the idea that you have gained the knowledge required to succeed with Procter and Gamble.

      "I value post-secondary education as well. Although I do not have a completed degree, I do bring a plethora of related experience from Company ABC and XYZ. Both organizations provided me with exceptional training. In addition to this formal on the job training, I have also read numerous business books and attended a variety of industry related workshops."

      Michelle's Answer

      "I have a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Concordia University. I am proud to say that I graduated top of my class. I have a lot to offer Procter and Gamble when it comes to my knowledge of consumer products, marketing, and advertising."

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      "I am very self-initiated when it comes to education, from reading various books on different topics, attending online courses is also a huge benefit of the online world, so I try to grasp it when I see the benefit of it. But above all, I most value the experience gain from colleagues at work, since work-related experience is incomparable with all else."

      Cindy's Answer

      All important ways to demonstrate a belief in continuous learning. Be specific about your training, what you learned and how you are applying it so the interviewer can see how your past endeavors will enrich your future in the company.

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