interview questions shared by candidates
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?
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.
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.
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.
The most difficult part is getting to the second interview. It will not be in the same location as the first one but you will not be given the address. This is deliberate. You will be told you'll receive an address with driving instructions via email but they don't send it. They most you will get is some hastily rattled off directions to the location. (I know it is deliberate because I know other applicants who were all told they'd get an email and didn't.)
They were all typical interview questions and none were either difficult or unexpected. Like I said they're all situational based as the company has interview packets they must fill out and rate you. Based on the final grade you're either (1) Highly Recommended, (2) Recommended, or (3) Not Recommended.