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  1. 1.

    Why do you want this job?

      Recruiters and hiring managers often receive hundreds of applications per job. If you are lucky enough to land an interview, make some effort and research the opportunity. Think about how this job will help you in your career. You need to know not only what you have to offer them, but what they can do for you.

      While your passion and excitement for the job are essential, it's always good to have some hard facts to back it up. For instance, saying 'I have heard great things about your company, and I know I would be a great fit for this job,' is not very specific. If you find recent news articles or press releases which talk about the company's accomplishments, mention how that impressed you.

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I am excited about this opportunity because your values are very much in line with mine. For instance, I care deeply about giving back to the community, and I see that your company tracks employee volunteer hours as a business KPI. Also, I believe I will reach my goal of earning a management position in the next three years since this organization has experienced rapid growth while maintaining a focus on employee career development."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Admin interview

      "I have had my eye on new administrative openings in your company for some time now. I worked for your organization last year in a temporary admin function and loved the atmosphere. Your customers are friendly, and you have well-organized procedures - a factor that is important to me, as someone who values detail and organization."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Manager interview

      "I appreciate the encouraging and positive mentality that I have seen from your management team and would be thrilled to join an organization that encourages collaboration, mentorship, and career growth. Our management styles will mesh very well as my primary strengths are in communication, connectedness, and inclusion."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Marketing interview

      "I've been longing to get into the tech startup space for quite a while. I have researched the many options in our city and chose to apply here because you are disrupting a market that needs disruption with your ABC and XYZ products. Also, your culture is top-notch, and that culture comes through very well in your brand story."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Retail interview

      "I have long viewed your company as the leading star in the apparel industry. I know that this position will be fulfilling for me because your company offers top-notch continued education and training. I am confident that I would gain the tools that I need to be successful in the retail industry. If you choose to hire me, I will leverage every learning opportunity that comes my way, and I will dedicate myself to your company's continued success."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Sales interview

      "I identified your company as 'the one for me' over a year ago after meeting one of your recruiters at a college career fair. Since graduating from college, I have kept my eye out for a suitable position inside of this organization. I know that working here is the best way to begin my sales career, and I am ready to help move your organization to the next significant milestone by utilizing the knowledge gained from my degree in marketing and sales."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Teacher interview

      "I have always wanted to work in this school district. Not only is this community the right fit for my family and me, but the role of a PTE Spanish language teacher is a dream for me. I have a passion for guiding students and igniting their passion for languages. I am sure to make learning fun, and I know that your district values those characteristics in your teaching team."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Floral Designer interview

      "I have heard great things about your company and I know I would be a great fit for this job,"

      Elisabeth's Answer
       for a Court Clerk interview

      "I want this job. Aside from it being close to my home, this role aligns perfectly with my post-secondary training and long-term career interests. If you were to offer me this role, you would not be disappointed."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I'm interested in your company, and this position in particular, because I've been longing to get into the tech startup space for quite a while. I have researched the many options in our city and chose to apply here because you are disrupting a market that needs disruption. Your culture is top notch, and that comes through very well in your brand story."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Landscape Architect interview

      "I decided to pursue a career as a Landscape Architect because this is the career I've been wanting to pursue for as long as I can remember. My father is a Landscape Architect and introduced me to this field when I was a child."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Reading Teacher interview

      "When I was in elementary school, I personally had a tough time with reading. I had a teacher who would take additional time out of her day to help me. She made sure I didn't fall behind. When I looked back, years later, and realized how important her role was in my education it really inspired me to follow the same career path. I want to be a reading teacher because I understand the importance of making a difference in a child's life. And, I am really good at it because I genuinely care."

      Darby's Answer
       for a Family Physician interview

      "I really can't remember a time when I didn't want to be a doctor. I really can't recall if there was a specific incident that happened that made be interested or if it was just something that came naturally to me. Becoming a doctor has been one of the greatest achievements of my life. I have no regrets at all about my career choice."

      Clara's Answer
       for a Translator interview

      "I was first drawn to a career in translation right after I finished my undergraduate degree. I was wandering the halls of my university, and I noticed a poster for a graduate program in Translation Studies. I had been looking for a way to use my language skills in a future career that would allow mobility and continued learning, and this was it! That day, I scoured graduate programs for Translation Studies as well as what career paths looked like for graduates. I found that a career in translation can be as global as you want it to be, and I could learn with each text and language pair. The career allows me to use my language skills, have the option of mobility, and continue to learn. It's perfect!"

      Josh's Answer
       for a Structural Engineer interview

      "I have always been fascinated by the buildings that humans have been able to build. It blows my mind that the Great Pyramids and Roman aqueducts and the Coliseum are still standing. These monuments to structural engineering brilliance might stand longer than anything modern humans are able to design."

      Nisha's Answer
       for a Budget Analyst interview

      "I have always enjoyed playing with numbers, analyzing data and situations, and trying to find the best solutions for complicated situations. When I learned about budget analysis as a career choice, I immediately knew that this is what I wanted to do. This is a great career that comes with many learning opportunities. Budget analysis is challenging and gives a sense of accomplishment when your suggestions become part of a solution."

      Ryan's Answer

      "I thoroughly enjoy teaching and instructing. I thrive on finding new ideas and creative ways to present the learning material. I also enjoy being in a leadership role, helping other individuals to grow and improve. I like the challenges that come with each new training and development program. Overall, one of the most enjoyable factors for me is the planning, researching, and learning. Once I find out what the company stakeholders are looking for from me as an instructor and the results they are looking for the employees to achieve from my training, I see it as a challenge to exceed all expectations. When I can have fun, learn, develop team-building skills, and help people with their communication strategies, it's incredibly rewarding. My career as a Training and Development Manager has been incredibly rewarding."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Apartment Leasing Agent interview

      "I look for a consistent history in their work and personal life. Consistency is important because if they stick with a job, they are most likely to stay longer and be respectful tenants who pay their lease on time. Personality-wise, I have tenants of all kinds; however, the common denominator is consistency."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Medical Transcriptionist interview

      "I'm task oriented and self-motivated. I actually enjoy having a lot of work to do and challenging myself to complete my work in a timely manner. I also really like typing and the feeling of bringing a sense of perfection to the job."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Autopsy Assistant interview

      "I've been an Autopsy Assistant for three years and have learned so much. It offers a mix of short-term projects and long-term goals. My organizational skills allow me to successfully multi-task and complete both kinds of projects and be successful."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Heavy Equipment Operator interview

      "I have always had an interest in heavy equipment. As a teenager, I helped my dad on the job site in the summers and he would let me operate the smaller pieces of equipment. I guess you could say it's in my blood. I plan to be an operator for many years to come."

      Nisha's Answer
       for a Attendance Clerk interview

      "I always wanted to be in an educational administrative role. I believe that by being an attendance clerk I can get closer to my objective. Also, I love the sense of responsibility that comes with this job."

      Christine's Answer
       for a Training Specialist interview

      "When I was in my first career, I personally had a tough time with learning my role. I had a training specialist who would take additional time out of her day to help me. She made sure I didn't fall behind. When I looked back, years later, and realized how important her role was in my career success it really inspired me to follow the same career path. I want to be a training specialist because I understand the importance of making a difference in someone's professional life. And, I am really good at it because I genuinely care."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Study Abroad Advisor interview

      "I did a semester abroad in Hong Kong during my study in university. I enjoyed learning with students from different cultures and parts of the world and was able to travel across Asia during that semester and grew personally and interpersonally. I want to help others be able to achieve that dream."

      Cassandra's Answer
       for a Youth Program Director interview

      "I want to be a Youth Program Director, because I want to make a difference in the lives of the children. Unfortunately, there are many children in the population that are growing up without positive role models in their lives. I want to change that and continue to create a positive environment for the youth to grow and thrive."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Administrative Officer interview

      "I understand that first and foremost, I am to be a reliable support to the executive team, department managers, and a variety of associates. In this role, it will be up to me to maintain budget reports and schedule travel arrangements for the executive team. I must also ensure that company records and policies are up to date and well-organized. There are many facets to this role; however, I believe that these are the primary responsibilities I will be facing."

      Darby's Answer
       for a Veterinarian interview

      "From the time I was a kid, I loved animals. I grew up on a farm and was taught to care for them. As I got a little older, I was taught how to give animals their immunizations and other medicines and helped deliver new animals when needed. I knew I wanted a career working with animals and have never regretted choosing veterinary medicine."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Audio Engineer interview

      "I knew I wanted to be an audio engineer the day I stepped into a control booth. I saw the audio engineer controlling what everyone was saying on air, and I knew that my skills of having a keen ear would make me a perfect fit."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Assistant Principal interview

      "I want to improve the structure of the school holistically, from staff relationship to classes implementation and professional development."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Bacteriologist interview

      "A great job is one where I am excited about coming to work, and that's what I think this position offers."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Dishwasher interview

      "I would like this job as a dishwasher because I am looking to gain experience in a restaurant environment. The hours posted for this position work perfectly around my schedule as I am currently enrolled in part time college studies."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Art Director interview

      "I am interested in pursuing a career as an art director because I am passionate about bringing different people together to create aesthetically beautiful and coherent designs. I have many years of leadership experience where I have managed various artists and integrated illustrations, graphs, and photographs to compose art projects for movies, magazines, and blogs ."

      Christina's Answer
       for a Writer interview

      "I have made a living through writing for some time now. I am creative, thoughtful, and expressive, making me very good when it comes to storytelling and communication. Writing makes me happy. I love the variety and the fact that it allows me to research interesting topics."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Kitchen Helper interview

      "I would be very thankful if chosen for this opportunity. The hours work perfectly with my college schedule and it would greatly help me financially. Also, the kitchen experience gained will be invaluable."

      Clara's Answer
       for a Airline Steward interview

      "I want to leverage my skills to serve others and support people in getting where they need to go. I am a very customer-focused employee, and I get a lot of energy out of working with others. Of course, I love to travel, but more than that I love to learn from the people I meet and the interactions I have with them. I believe this career perfectly aligns with my passions and career aspirations."

      Clara's Answer

      "I am most interested in and inspired by the company's determination. As an industry leader, this company strives for greatness daily and does so by respecting and valuing employees and the community it serves. The mission and vision of the company welcome challenge and opportunity in a bold and refreshing way, and I admire that. I am very interested in supporting the company and playing an integral part in driving innovation forward."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Territory Sales Manager interview

      "I enjoy sales and business development. I furthermore believe that my relationship building and customer-oriented skills, in addition to my educational qualifications related to this field- and the courses taken in my studies, have contributed to my desire to pursue this career."

      Ryan's Answer
       for a Medical Assistant interview

      "I am not married and have no children at this time. So, I am pretty flexible with my schedule. If I had a choice, I would prefer the late shift, as I am a bit of a night owl. However, I am excited about the opportunity to become a part of this team and am willing to work where I'm needed."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Addiction Counselor interview

      "If someone had told me many years ago that I would have chosen a career dealing with addiction, I would never have believed them. I love psychology and have always wanted to help people. It wasn't until I really began to research the different types of counseling that are available that I realized the critical role that many addiction counselors have in the lives of those who are struggling with addictions. The more I researched, the more I felt like this is what I was meant to do."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Bacteriology Technician interview

      "The part that really spoke to me about this position was the chance to combine both the research skills I gained from being an intern and my ability to quickly pick up how to use various laboratory software. This position will actively let me grow and learn from other medical professionals."

      Darby's Answer
       for a Urologists interview

      "The quick answer is that it is the only rotation I really enjoyed during third year. I had good experiences and good teachers on every other rotation too, but urology just felt right, in large part because of the urologists I met."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Nursery and Greenhouse interview

      "I love working outside and with a team of people who are passionate about caring for plants. I have enjoyed practicing with my own garden and I want to learn more by working for your company."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Addiction Nurse interview

      "If someone had told me many years ago that I would have chosen a career dealing with addiction, I would never have believed them. I have always wanted to help people. It wasn't until I really began to research the different types of patient care related fields that are available that I realized the critical role that nurses can have in the lives of those who are struggling with addictions. The more I researched, the more I felt like this is what I was meant to do."

      Samantha's Answer
       for a Auditor interview

      "I want to be an auditor because I love puzzles and mysteries. I love to find out the root cause of an issue or a document and know that I found the origin. It makes me happy to help a company be compliant with their financials and information."

      Christine's Answer
       for a Payroll Specialist interview

      "Since starting my career in the field of payroll, I have enjoyed working with complex numbers and improving the efficiency of numerous departments. In addition to what I have heard about your organization, I have also done my own research, and I have great interest and respect for the industry you serve and would love to utilize my knowledge and learn and grow my skills with the organization."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Animal Shelter Worker interview

      "I love working with animals, especially dogs and cats! I have always wanted to help with the animal adoption process. It's so important to find a safe home for displaced animals."

      Audra's Answer
       for a Swim Instructor interview

      "I have always had an interest in the water, even as a child, I would help my siblings learn how to swim. Being a strong swimmer is one of the most important life skills, and it's so vital to start at a young age. I am really happy to be able to facilitate that knowledge and teach people how to be confident in the water."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Bailiff interview

      "I want a career as a Bailiff because I (X reasons for having decided to pursue that career, such as passion for this field and why, e.g., my father intruded me to this career as a child) I have since acquired the necessary skills for this career, such as obtaining the relevant educational qualifications and skills you are looking for, through my professional and volunteer experience."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Addiction Psychiatrist interview

      "When I was in private practice as a psychiatrist, the majority of my patients were suffering from addiction. I realized the great need and decided to pursue the addiction field. I am happy that I made this decision as I have helped others to heal, and have brought families back together. In addition to all of this, I have learned a great deal myself about forgiveness, the importance of facing your issues, and just how much perseverance we can have as human beings."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Correction Officer interview

      "I was attracted to a career as a correction officer for a variety of reasons. My father was a correction officer and, as a child, I recall seeing him come home in his uniform and showing a sense of pride. His job was to protect. After I left the military, I decided that a career as a correction officer would be the most natural and positive transition for me."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Daycare Worker interview

      "I love kids of all ages; however, I would say that age 2-4 is my favorite. Preschool children, such as the ages you care for at this center, are so curious, inquisitive, and eager to learn. The attributes of preschoolers make it fun and rewarding to teach them the basics of math, reading, and socializing."

      Darby's Answer
       for a Surgical First Assistant interview

      "When I was younger, I thought of becoming a surgeon. As time went on, I really didn't feel like I wanted to spend the number of years required to become a physician and then to specialize in surgery. For me, the next logical choice was to be a surgical assistant. I still get to be in the operating room and have a part in helping people be better, but I did not have to go to school for as many years as becoming a surgeon would have required."

      Darby's Answer
       for a Activities aide interview

      "I love working with people. At one time I considered going to nursing school, but I just wasn't sure if that was the right choice for me. I visited some different healthcare facilities and realized how active the Activity Director and the aides who worked with her were in their patient's daily lives. I just felt like this would be a great fit for me."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Campus Tour Guides interview

      "I want to get more professional experience to build up my resume. I know that I will have to sacrifice some of my social life in order to work, but I think this job will help me maintain a healthy balance."

      Neha's Answer
       for a Behavioral Health Technician interview

      "I wanted to pursue a career in behavioral health because I am passionate about helping patients create a positive and healthy environment to help them overcome mental health disorders. Last week I helped a patient suffering from alcohol addiction realized that this is what I want to dedicate my time to."

      Allison's Answer
       for a Engineer interview

      "I initially became interested in engineering after participating in robotics club in high school. I loved learning new skills in math and science and getting to actually apply those ideas to make something happen. Ultimately, I chose to major in civil engineering because I enjoy spending time in the outdoors and I like seeing that my projects have a direct, immediate impact on people's lives. In structural engineering, I've found I can combine my initial interest in programming, that I developed in robotics club, to model complex structural systems in buildings that people use every day. "

      William's Answer
       for a Application Developer interview

      "Application software or apps are programs that perform specific tasks and help people accomplish something. They include general apps such as word processors, spreadsheets, and games, as well as specific apps including accounting software, educational programs, and business-specific applications."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Baker interview

      "I would really love to secure this job. It would make my life so much simpler as this bakery is just down the street from my home. I am passionate about the type of products and quality that comes out of your facility and that would make me very proud to work for you."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Allergist interview

      "I have set my sights on a career as an Allergist as soon as I started medical school. Studying how immunotherapy works with the human body has always intrigued me."

      Heather's Answer
       for a Pharmaceutical Sales interview

      "For the last 5 years I've been a Digital Marketer for the Healthcare field. With my medical background and personality, I knew I wanted to get into medical sales. This last year, working alongside pharmaceutical sales reps, assisting​ them with their marketing information confirmed that this was a role that I was ready to move to."

      Christina's Answer
       for a Voice Writing Reporter interview

      "I believe this career is a perfect choice for me because I have always loved writing and find myself as a very quick typer. I am interested in learning about the topics I am writing for others to read easily."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Academic Dean interview

      "I have set my sights on a career as an academic dean as soon as I began teaching at the university level. I feel that it will be a fulfilling way to compliment my career in Education, and is one of the primary reasons I completed my Ph.D."

      Darby's Answer

      "I have often been complimented on my relationship building skills. I like to get to know people and ask them questions about themselves; I find it's a great and simple way to start building rapport with others. I consider myself to be a strong relationship builder and take pride in my 'people skills'."

      Clara's Answer
       for a Wedding Planner interview

      "Yes, I find that I am best able to support the couple to the fullest extent when I have a greater sense of the event. So, I rarely accept contracts for day-of support only. I generally like to be working with the couple for a minimum of 2 months prior to the wedding."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a 3D Animator interview

      "Since I was young, my dream was to be an animator. The stories that I can tell through my craft and art are therapeutic to me, and I have a lot of fun at the same time."

      Nisha's Answer
       for a Underwriter interview

      "I love working as an underwriter because I feel that by doing this job I am being valuable not only for the organization that I am working for but also for the society. I get to use my analytical skills, critical thinking and decision making every day. The challenges that I face every day as an underwriter and the risks that we face is an extra bonus in itself."

      Clara's Answer
       for a Wedding Photographer interview

      "I have been shooting weddings and similar events for 3 years, totalling over 15 weddings over my career thus far. My portfolio includes indoor and outdoor weddings, intimate family gatherings and much larger events, and weddings that span from 1 afternoon to 1 full week."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Athletic Trainer interview

      "Growing up, I was always very involved in sports. I felt that if I couldn't make it as a professional athlete that I wanted to be the person to help train and rehabilitate those that could. It's gratifying work for me."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Customer Representative interview

      "I really enjoy the interaction with people and find no problem answering even the most trivial questions. I get a deep sense of satisfaction when solving problems or helping customers out in one way or another. I've always been a social and outgoing person so a job that lets me talk to and help people is perfect for me."

      Christina's Answer
       for a Voice Over Artist interview

      "I want to become a voice over artist because I have been told what a strong and unique voice I have, and putting my passion into each time I speak is what makes me happy."

      Ryan's Answer
       for a FBI interview

      "After spending seven years as a police officer, I started seeking something bigger, with more robust challenges, and various cases. I was approached by a friend who has been an FBI agent for many years now and, what he described as his career, was precisely what I had been seeking. I want to make a bigger difference for my country by serving a broader range of cases and people."

      Rachelle's Answer
       for a Bank Compliance Officer interview

      "I decided to pursue a career as a Bank Compliance Officer because I [X reasons for pursuing that career, such as a love of banking, and so on]. I sincerely feel the position I applied for is a perfect fit as I will be able to use my banking skills and compliance experience."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I am excited about this opportunity because your values are very much in line with mine. I deeply care about giving back to the community within the transportation industry. I also feel like this job will help me reach my goal of working in a management position, because of the leadership opportunities within this role."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very good response! You are offering short and long-term options for job satisfaction which is exactly what the interviewer wants to hear.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I want this job because it has many opportunities to move up my career to the next level by attending the training class, learning different jobs, and working in specialty programs. It is one of the most prestigious companies in the country and has an excellent reputation. I will uphold this company's integrity."

      Rachelle's Answer

      You certainly have the right idea! Try adding in specifics so the interviewer knows you have done your homework on the role.

      "I want this job because {company} offers many opportunities for advancement, starting with this role. I see you have many specialty programs available for your employee to gain new skills, such as {program name}. I am interested in joining a company like yours who is all about helping employees grow in their career."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am excited about this opportunity as your values are in very much in line with mine. I am interested in participating in your intensive training program with new technology in healthcare. It will give me an excellent opportunity to understand new challenges and make me ready to face them."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Your interest in their intensive training program is a great reason to join. If possible, dig into even more detail regarding which aspects of this program you look forward to the most.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am currently seeking an operationally strategic leadership role with a focus on talent development. This department is what I have chosen due to the diverse background of the leadership team, transparency in communication style, and solid coaching. This opportunity very much aligns with my personal and professional long-term goals."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Great! Be prepared to speak a bit more about what your long-term professional goals look like. I have reworded slightly for clarity.

      "I am seeking an operationally strategic leadership role with a focus on talent development. I chose this department due to the diverse background of the leadership team, transparency in communication style, and solid coaching opportunities. This opportunity very much aligns with my long-term professional goals."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am looking for a company where I not only enjoy what I am doing, but I can also grow into new positions. I want a company that allows me to learn more and expand my capabilities into new areas. The fact that you offer training workshops and love to see your employers have a career growth shows me that we share the same values."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Fantastic job answering this question! It's great that you also tied a line between your values and the company's offering.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I have been interested in this hospital and its mission and goals since I was an IPPE and APPE student with a few assigned rotations there. I am a huge believer that spirituality and the practitioner's approach to their patients play a huge part and have a positive impact on the patient’s recovery journey from illness. Seeing that spiritual care is fundamental to this hospital's identity makes me realize that my values and goals for the ill align with your company. As for the position itself, I have an interest in being part of an inpatient setting, as I would be able to care for patients who typically have more complicated conditions than those in an ambulatory setting. Understanding the importance of dosing and monitoring drug therapy for patients encourages me to play a key role in this process and get more exposure in this field and build new skills. Ultimately, I believe this position would help me expand my clinical knowledge and improve health outcomes for patients. Also, as a PRN pharmacist, I will be able to cover for pharmacists who work in different units and areas of the hospital and gain experience in each. That will help me reach my long term goal of finding an area that I love and eventually specialize in."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very good answer! You have a lot of compelling reasons to want to join this hospital! Your enthusiasm for the role shines through, as does your understanding of the responsibilities you would face.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am very excited about the medical device field and how it improves people's lives. I am looking for the opportunity to bring my experience and skills to a company whose values are closely aligned with my own. Stryker's values of integrity, accountability, people, and performance are very much in line with what I consider to be essential to me on a personal level."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Wonderful revision - any interviewer should find it simple to draw a connection between yourself and what the company needs/values.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "The reason I chose Dollar Tree to work for is that I’ve been researching Dollar Tree; the stocks are always going up. Plus I’m aware that Dollar Tree owns its old company called Greenbrier that supports all their needs, and the Dollar Tree has great room for moving up in the Company. Not to mention you just bought one of the other big companies Family Dollar a few years back, which tells me that this company is going to be here for a while."

      Lauren's Answer

      Your research of the company is a great quality to share with the interviewer. I assisted with sentence structure and alternate wording. Great response!

      "I have done extensive research of the company, and have seen so many positive business advances. Dollar Tree seems to be a stable financial franchise due to high stocks and its affiliation with Greenbrier. The company is a huge, recognizable name, which is very attractive to me as a job seeker. Being part of a well-established organization gives me confidence in the business structure and practices."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I am excited about this opportunity because I would be working for a company that cares about others persons wealth, and well-being. I am looking to broaden my spectrum and dive into this position as an asset to the team."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Try being more specific when mentioning that you want to broaden your spectrum. What does this mean to you?

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I really love mathematics analyzing problems, and this position will give me a chance to do what I love while also helping me build my career in the business world. I am excited to utilize my education and skills to be the best I can in this role."

      Rachelle's Answer

      This is a great start! Be sure to also add in a bit about the company offering and why it's a fit both ways.

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