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Question 32 of 35 for our Electrician Apprentice Mock Interview

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Question 32 of 35

When have you worked among a diverse group of people?

How to Answer

Working in a trades environment, you will have exposure to a broad range of people, cultures, lifestyles, and backgrounds. The interviewer would like to know that you are accustomed to working with a wide range of people. Assure the interviewer that you can handle an environment that offers diversity.

Written by Krista Wenz on December 1st, 2021

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    When have you worked among a diverse group of people?

      How to Answer

      Working in a trades environment, you will have exposure to a broad range of people, cultures, lifestyles, and backgrounds. The interviewer would like to know that you are accustomed to working with a wide range of people. Assure the interviewer that you can handle an environment that offers diversity.

      Written by Krista Wenz on December 1st, 2021

      1st Answer Example

      "I would say that every company I have worked for has valued diversity. Working with people from all walks of life provides different perspectives and allows the team to identify potential problems faster."

      Written by Krista Wenz on December 1st, 2021

      2nd Answer Example

      "In trades and construction, diversity is everywhere, and I love it! I have always worked in diverse environments, and I am thankful for that."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on March 23rd, 2019

      Community Answer

      "While completing my 3 months' worth of compulsory farm work in Australia, I was lucky enough to meet people from all over the world including Europe, South America, North America, and all over Asia. With such a wide spectrum of people came different levels of competency with the English language. I quickly had to adapt my speech so people with a lesser knowledge of English could understand me. This greatly improved my communication skills as I could see where my accent or words I may use would confuse people. The longer I was in this job, the better I became at speaking to new people more effectively which allowed me to help others and convey points more efficiently."

      Written by an Anonymous User

      Cindy Ramsey

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      Cindy Ramsey Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is an excellent approach to the question. Working through language barriers to get to know people is a challenge, but the effort you put toward the task shows that you value different perspectives and strive to "meet people where they are." Your answer shows a genuine interest in and value of diversity.