I have job interview tomorrow for a insurance agency. It's a new career for me. I have science background. How would you try to sell youself? Do you have any knowledge of how does it go? I'd work for what they need me (sales probably) but might mention personal 'kindof unique' quality approach starting from the Customers level up to Corporate - analysis of products regarding forecasting, satisfaction level, centralization etc. - using statistican tool data. That's what I'd really like and could be doing too. Does it sound rational to mention it at all ? or should I rather say I'll do all what's expected from me to the max and that's it?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:16 PM on Oct. 16, 2012 in Money & Work
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