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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pantherella-thick-cotton-socks-multiple-colors-perfect-fall-/260878693831?pt=US_Men_s_Socks&var=&hash=item826621fb95 Pantharella socks for cheap?
btbcashman is isshinryu who is an sf member btw.
^ Other than the fact that you should be present, take note of some key things that they talked about. I have had personal experience where the interviewer asked if I was at their info-session/prenights last night, and what strike out/ caught my attention the most. I mentioned something about this mentor/mentee program that they do which I think is really helpful and interesting for my personal growth within the company. Instant impress and I got a 2nd interview offer...
Step 1: Dump teh GF, Step2: ??? Step 3: PROFIT!!
Tagged an XL but size is L?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mens-Loro-Piana-Suede-Storm-Shoes-Sz-44-/290617196721?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item43aa2280b1 Someone needs to teach me how to shorten links into blue words.
Well definitely not a surprise that you didn't get the job, right? That question was one of the question that I had too. Basically I answered and said that I knew the company more than other candidates because I have worked for them several summers, and that I am proactive and I make things happen instead of letting things happen. Of course not in everyone's case that you would already have had your foot in the door, but saying that you didn't fly all the way to do -insert...
Very interesting GreenFrog! Thanks for sharing! By the way, how do most of you end an interview? Like.. Interviewer: Do you have any more questions? "Nope?" lol.. Do share if you have a better way of concluding the interview..
^ I agree with that. After having 5 interviews so far over this last week, most of the interviews went pretty well with me conversing and questioning the interviewer in between his questions and it felt really good. However, the norm now is that every interviewer will still ask if you have any questions at the end of the interview, and it just seems bad to not have at least one or two good questions.
It was a BIN at $600, but a fellow SF member kopped it by offering an offer that was auto-accepted
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