r/LifeProTips Sep 28 '22

LPT: If you have a job interview coming up, practice describing your job to someone who isn't familiar with your industry. Include descriptions of what you do, and what tools you use. Careers & Work

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u/DogsandCatsWorld1000 Sep 28 '22

This can be especially good so that you can practice keeping a straight face if the question sounds silly. Remember the first person you meet in a job interview may be HR and not know anything about the details of actual job you are being hired for.

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u/ApprehensiveGuitar Sep 28 '22

Last vending machine I saw was st a hospital, and I'm embarrassed to admit how long it took me to realize it didn't take cash.

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u/willowalloy Sep 29 '22

This is a great idea thanks!!. My interview is next Tuesday!!