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How would your former employer describe you?
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The interviewer wants to hear that your past employer will describe you in a positive manner. Think about the positive things your former employer has said about you in the past. Instead of listing these things, tell the interviewer what each person has told you. For example, you might say, "John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!" These concrete examples will be sure to impress the interviewer!
Answer examples
"John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!"

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User-Submitted Answers

How would your former employer describe you?
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Driven, responsible, honest and loyal.
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My last supervisor will definitely say that I am reliable accurate and quick.
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Accurate and any project can be give to her in a short time notice and will be getting the result just ontime.
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Dependable, hard working, step up to help out however I can.
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Quiet employee that finishes her job and always early.
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Hard working, eager to learn and take on new responsibilities.