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28 Questions and Answers by Christina Erne

Updated August 30th, 2018 | Christina Erne is a meteorologist and a journalist at News 10 ABC in Albany, NY.
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Do you prefer to work full or part time?
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Copywriters may work either full or part time depending on how much writing the company desires, and how large the company is. The candidate should discuss how many hours a week they want to work as it aligns with the job opening. They may talk about additional benefits they hope to receive through working for the company and how they are able to be flexible for whatever the company needs.
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1.
Do you prefer to work full or part time?
Copywriters may work either full or part time depending on how much writing the company desires, and how large the company is. The candidate should discuss how many hours a week they want to work as it aligns with the job opening. They may talk about additional benefits they hope to receive through working for the company and how they are able to be flexible for whatever the company needs.

Christina's Answer
"I prefer working full time to make a full week's salary. I feel that I work best when I fully immerse myself into my work and have enough time to get my work done."
2.
Have you ever taken a role in a company you regretted?
Everyone has made mistakes in their professional career, however small or large. Perhaps the mistake is not moving fast enough, or moving too fast. The candidate should discuss an instance of something they regret, and how they have overcome that feeling or how they have made up for it.

Christina's Answer
"I have regretted taking a low level position when I knew I deserved a better position in a company. However, I have learned to value myself higher and shoot higher so I do not have that feeling again."
3.
Why should we trust you to paint our company in the best light possible?
The candidate should talk about their experience being a spokesperson for a company and how their writing will make the company appear in the public in the best light possible. The candidate should discuss what they know about staying positive in press releases and advertisements, and how to excite people to join the company or buy a product based on their writing.

Christina's Answer
"I know how to make a company successful in a good light because I progressed throughout my career by marketing myself like a company. I understand that success comes from being upbeat."
4.
How do you form relationships with contacts and other companies?
Copywriters often succeed when they forge relationships with people within the community, such as media, other companies, businesses, customers, and local law enforcement. The candidate should talk about their experience forming relationships in the industry and how they will help the company grow because of their skills.

Christina's Answer
"I am a very friendly person who is also very good at creating contacts and remembering those who I have talked to before. I feel that my personable personality makes me a good fit for being in contact with the public."
5.
What similarities are there between you and our company?
The candidate should have chosen the company based on some kind of compatibility that exists. An interviewer is looking for someone who embodies their ideals and will be able to write well to speak on the behalf of the company. The candidate should talk about what makes them a good fit for the company based on similarities and why these similarities will benefit the business over time.

Christina's Answer
"I find that your company and myself are very well suited for each other because I am a very medically driven person. I grew up with doctors in the family and once was a columnist for medicine. We write in the same tone about medicine."
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