The interviewer would like to know what changes you would make to this career path if you could. Are there any aspects of this career path that you always said you would change if you could? Talk to the interviewer about something that you would change - if it were possible. Be sure to avoid any factors that would create a red flag on the employers' part (IE: I wish I could work fewer hours).
"One thing that I would change about this career path, if I could, would be the number of apprenticeship hours that it takes to complete your education. I feel that if more apprenticeship hours were required, it would be easier to find quality and better-equipped staff when hiring."
"If anything could change in the administrative world, I would like to see administrative assistants seen as a more important part of a team. We truly can be the glue that holds an organization together through streamlining processes and helping team members with paperwork related tasks, and client needs."
"I have waited many years to find a solid management position in this industry. If I could change anything about this career path, I would create more opportunities for growth and advancement for those keen on it."
"I find in marketing, and with the growth of social media, that everyone calls themselves a marketing pro now. If I could change anything, I would want appropriate credentials to hold a heavier weight for clients when they are deciding on who to hire."
"If I could, I would change the constant low-price battle between competitors. Price is important to compete, but I feel that quality suffers from it."
"If I could change anything about the software sales industry, I would change the length of time it takes to complete a sale. As a salesperson we like to see quick wins; however, some clients can take months to make a decision. At the same time, this does all to the thrill of the chase."
"If I could change anything in education, I would ask for bigger budgets for public schools. We run on such a tight budget that we often need to head community fundraising efforts just to ensure that our kids are receiving the best learning opportunities possible."
"One thing that I would change about this career path, if I could, would be the amount of apprenticeship hours that it takes to complete your education. I feel that if more apprenticeship hours were required, it would be easier to find quality and better equipped staff when hiring."