What is the biggest lie you have ever said in an interview?
I want to work here.
👊That was the day I learned I do in fact
have a poker face.
I love pharma! It helps people!
I love my old company but it’s time for a new challenge
This!!! And I’d leave the interview, go drink heavily and THEN walk into the office just so I can face the day.
“Yes I have managed teams before”
“I don’t mind working long hours sometimes. Its part of the job”
“I’m making (20% more that I’m actually making) at my current job”
I think advertising makes a difference!
“Oh sure, I have lots of social experience”
"I've been using Facebook since 2005, of course I'm an expert"
for both parties, the entire interview is always a lie 😅
I love working in advertising, nothing like the high you get working overnight on a big pitch! I can be a designer and art director so you can condense your payroll! ~ Every creative looking for work
“I was laid off”
"That was a freelance position”
"I feel I could learn a lot from you and in turn help you grow your department (knowing very well the agency was good, but the interviewer was a hack).”
Agency’s restructuring plans weren’t in line with my goals
Excel? Yeah I know that
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