To answer this question, I would advise the candidate to do some research on U.S. Bank as a company. Find a few interesting key facts that resonate with you and connect it to your own experience. Does the company advocate charity, community involvement, volunteer work, etc.? Do you feel strongly about the company's culture? The second question is one of the most cliche interview questions out there. However, the interviewer wants to see your thought process and ability to execute an intelligent pitch. Instead of describing inventive things that the pen features, focus on asking open ended questions to understand the client's need(s). Believe it or not, you will be executing this type of transaction on the job, so get familiar with it! The remainder of the questions will be generally behavioral. Best of luck and I hope this helps!
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I answered no because I was severely unhappy with my previous place of employment which was a full time position. This previous job had me performing more mundane tasks and I was chastised for performing research or trying to learn new technologies while on the job.