Discussion in 'Community' started by TheGuardianofArlon, Mar 17, 2011.
at Walgreens right down the street.
I honestly hope that you get the job.
Good luck man!!
As long as you tell them Jesus Christ is their personal lord and savior I think you're set.
This thread has the potential to be golden. Don't let me down, JCC.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Arlon, if a woman comes into your Walgreens and wants emergency contraception, please give it to her.
Right down the street? Nice!
No commute necessary.
And for the sake of the upsell, throw in a box of condoms too. Your bosses will appreciate every last penny.
Arlon, could you tell me about a time when you had to help a difficult customer? What did you do and why?
....Oh, I do not miss having to give interviews.
Remember to dress up... a tuxedo is preferable, of course.
And your resume needs to be at least 3 pages long, double-sided.
And be sure to use a 'serious' font like Comic Sans..
Seriously - good luck!
Previous Work Experience: Universal Exports, London, England
Agreed. A tuxedo woud be perfect.
They're pulling your leg, Arlol... if you show up in a tuxedo, they will deem you as overqualified. Walgreens is a casual atmosphere - you're better off showing up in levis and a wife beater... your three page (double sided, with comic sans font) resume will speak for itself.
Tell them you have extensive knowledge about anti fungal cremes and bikini wax... that's important.
Heck, why not start out by asking for some from the manager who's interviewing you? Tell them that on their payroll, you're not gonna make enough to support a child. They'll love that.
If they ask you where you see yourself in five years, it's important that you inform them that the lord jesus christ is coming to send everybody but you to hell before that time, so the question is irrelevant.
I don't have a tuxedo.
Just please, please do not wear sneakers. Spellcheck your resume, then have someone else spellcheck it. Brush your teeth. Give an adequate handshake. And above all...answer the question. When they ask you, "Tell me about a time..." don't just name a time--describe it! You'll have no problem if you a) describe the situation, b) say what you did, and c) describe the outcome. That's ALL they're looking for.
Can you tell I've had to participate in a handful of really bad interviews in my day?
Yeah, there was that one that arrived 30 minutes late, too. That one was awesome.
Make sure you ridicule all clientele about their objectionable life choices, inform them of the inevitable doom they face and end with a uplifting reminder of the blessings of your lord and savior. Its the only sure way to keep your job among all the lesser beings.
A shave and a cut should help.
Wait, I can go buy condoms from Arlon now?
Hey, film that in black and white and BAM he'd be the next Kevin Smith.
Isn't it Shave and a Haircut?