Quick update on the job interviews...

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

The first interview this am was for the job I want! Really want! Interview went well, the interviewers were asking questions I had good answers to and we were laughing and really seemed to have rapport. I should hear back from them early next week if I make the next interview which is an in-person in Denver the week of the 16th.

The second interview was fine, it was at Costco for a temp job ending Dec. 24. We also talked about me on their marketing team. That one has another interview as well with the warehouse manager to be arranged next week.

I feel like I am really back in the swing of the interview process. I know what I want, I can do a great job at this company. I just hope I get the chance!
I'll keep you posted as Susan's world turns...
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    So glad to hear things are going well. I hope you get that trip to Denver and take a little time to see the sights.

    You know, Susan, you will eventually be successful, because you never give up. That is the secret. I was watching Biggest Loser the other night, and that came up. You cannot fail if you never give up. I wanna be like YOU when I grow up!
    3643 days ago
    emoticon I hope you get the job!
    3643 days ago
    You have such a great attitude about job interviews! I could use some pointers...I know how hard it can be since I'm going through the same process. I wish you good luck!
    3643 days ago
    Nice - sounds promising. I'll keep my fingers and toes crossed for you! I have a good feeling!!
    3644 days ago
    Now, the next blog that I would LOVE to hear is "I GOT THE JOB"
    Now that I wrote this I hope it sends good vibs your way on getting the job! Good luck, it sounds like you made a good impression! emoticon You are on your way! emoticon
    3644 days ago
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