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If hired, how long would you stay with our company?
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If I am hired I will stay with your company as long as possible, until college perhaps.
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I cannot exactly give an amount of time but I would give my manager notice had I ever have to leave Target.
3.
I would stay as long as the company desires.
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1.
If hired, how long would you stay with our company?
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If I am hired I will stay with your company as long as possible, until college perhaps.
2.
I cannot exactly give an amount of time but I would give my manager notice had I ever have to leave Target.
3.
I would stay as long as the company desires.
2.
Do you have cash handling experience?
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I would say I have extreme cash handling experience. I did volunteer at my back to school fair where I handled cash and worked with people.
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Yes, I have had 2 jobs with cash handling.
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Some what. I have not had any real job experience.
3.
Do you have any friends or relatives that work at Target?
4.
How would your references describe you?
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That I work hard and do my best. I try to learn if I don't know how to do something.
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My babysitting job would describe me as excited to work and be working with her child, great with others and dealing with difficult situations.
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A very dependable person that gets the job done.
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My references would describe me as a hard worker. I come ready and prepared to get in a good days of work everyday. They will also describe me as fun, perhaps funny when I want to be and very out going and just out there.
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I believe any references would describe me as hard working and driven to help others and accomplish goals.
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They would describe me as someone who is organized, head strong, and quick on her feet with the ability to take any challenge with positivity.
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Developing and using a detailed procedure is often very important in a job. Tell about a time when you needed to develop and use a detailed procedure to successfully complete a project.
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I had to write an essay for my semester exam for AP US History. It was a loaded prompt. I had to write about foreign policy in the U.S throughout WWI to Cold War. I had to create a very dense outline in order about foreign policy over 30 years. It was tough assignment but I made an A in the end.
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In school, I did independent study which is when you get the whole semester work in one packet. When I was behind, I would have to do every single assignment and question in about a week. I created a system where I would read the whole chapter, then do the vocabulary, then do the questions, and then the chapter review. In doing this process, I was able to do about 3 or 4 chapters in a week. To me, I was very productive.
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A time when I needed to develop and use a detailed procedure to complete a project successfully is for one of my math projects I had in school. I needed to use the right equations to get the right solutions for a graphed animal I had to design.
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At a previous job working at a fast food place, I had to close by myself. My manager did give a list of things that needed done and I would follow the list quickly and efficiently as possible to get the project done. It did take practice and a few times to learn how I could personally find a way that was right for me to complete the job.
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It was during the beginning of the semester which is usually the busiest. All the students were being registered back to back in a flood and we were losing track, so I suggested that we line all the names, addresses, and transfers in a pile to another room, and go one by one. And it worked!
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When I've had big school projects in the past, I make a lists of tasks I need to do.
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Well I was in Jewelry dept a mother and little daughter walked up. The lady wanted to buy the journey necklace. The little girl was crying "I want one " I told her these necklaces come with a story, a journey of life.. When her life is longer like her Mom's then she should have one.
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