2012-3-6 17:46:07 Lency
I: Are you a goal-oriented person?
A: Yes, I am. I always make a plan before I do anything.
I: Where do you want to be in 5 years?
A: I don`t want to have a specific title. I just want to enjoy what I am doing.
I: That sounds very reasonable.
A: It`s the most important thing to me.
I: If you are hired, how long do you plan to stay with us?
A: That obviously depends on how things go -- whether I`m suited to the firm and the firm to me.
I: Tell me about some of your recent goals and what you do to achieve them.
A: I want to put my knowledge and experience to use in a challenging position. In order to achieve this goal, I just want to work step by step.
I: What is your long-range objective?
A: I haven`t thought it over at all.
I: What do you think is the most important thing when looking for a job?
A: I think the most important thing is the interest in the job.
I: Could you project what you would like to be doing five years from now?
A: As I have some administrative experience from my last job, I may use my organizational and planning skills in the future.
I: How do you plan to accomplish this?
A: By doing everything necessary and for further study.
I: How long would you like to stay with this company?
A: How long I will stay with the company depends on whether the company and I are satisfied with each other.
I: What do you think of this industry`s outlook in five years？
A: I do believe this industry will be developed rapidly in 5 years time.
I: How long do you plan to stay here?
A: To speak frankly, it doesn`t depend on me.
I: How so?
A: I really want to obtain a permanent job. I won`t leave as long as I have opportunity to apply my knowledge and get on well with my superiors and colleagues.
I: What are your future plans and what kind of expectations do you have of the company?
A: I know that generally it is possible to move from this position to a management
position with two years experience in the company and I would look forward to having the responsibility for training and supervising new members of staff.
I: What is your typical workday like at your present job?
A: I arrive at 8 o`clock every morning, and I make a list of things I must do that day.
I: What then?
A: Then I start work on my list.