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Customer Service Representative Interview Covington, GA

How do I know that you wouldn't accept a position from a

  totally different company if you were called upon by a recruiter, and offered $10k or $20k more per year?
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I can't answer honestly without saying that I would have to consider the situation on its merits and growth potential - because in such an instance, no matter what anyone may tell you, *I* (or my family & I) come first.

Interview Candidate on Jan 28, 2012
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Although a higher income is a great benefit, when it comes to finding & establishing meaningful work, income isn't the biggest motivator. More money doesn't necessarily always mean more fulfilling work.

Anna on Feb 24, 2014
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That answer is probably why you didn't get the job, never say your family comes first at a job interview even though obviously they would. Never allow them to think that you would leave for a better opportunity even though you would. The second persons answer was perfect.

Anonymous on Jan 30, 2017

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