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What is the biggest lesson you have learned as a Quality Control Inspector?
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Tell the hiring manager about the most important lesson you have learned in your career so far. Try to tie your answer in to something that they can relate to.
Answer examples
"The biggest lesson that I learned as a QC Inspector was to be extra choosy when approving raw materials before production. One incorrect choice can alter the quality of the end product greatly. I made that error once, in the beginning of my career, and will never do it again. It was a tough but important lesson to learn."

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User-Submitted Answers

What is the biggest lesson you have learned as a Quality Control Inspector?
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Quality is crucial. Customers will not be happy with defective and non working parts.
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Customers expect good quality.
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You must not trust someone has checked the job, you need to do it yourself.
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Product control is important to customer return,
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Being exposed in general construction and management.
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How to measure Using different equipment Sytems(Different)
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To take the time to every job right the 1st time...... And to always involve the right persons when making major decisions.