Dear Frannie, You can take your answer to the question "What's your ideal job?
" in one of several directions -- whichever one feels truest for you. • My ideal job is a job where I'm managing a project, or more than one, with a lot of participants and a lot of moving parts.
Number one on my list would be to talk and work with people, but not have to deal with them all day long.
I have always enjoyed working with people; however, I have worked for the public for thirteen years.
You don't have to know a lot about the job you're interviewing for to answer the question "What's your ideal role? The level of specificity in the three sample answers above is the right level for this question.
You will know before going on a job interview whether the job is a project management job, whether it's in the Operations side of the business or whether it has to do with supporting consultants, trainers and/or salespeople.I love a high level of activity and a lot of interaction because it builds relationships.• I'm happiest working in Inventory, Production Planning or Purchasing because I love the connections between the raw materials coming in, getting everything out to the production floor and keeping track of what's going where. • My ideal job is a job in a professional services environment where I'm supporting consultants, trainers or salespeople in their dealings with clients.Dear Liz, I always stumble on the interview question "What's your ideal job?" or thhe related question "What are you looking for in a job?My nice manager, vacation time, and friendly coworkers make up for all the disadvantages of my job. I would love to be able to snap my fingers and be in the job of my dreams.My Job Now and The Job of My Dreams Who doesn’t want the perfect job?Most people who are not happy at their current jobs are usually looking for something better. My present job consists of customer service, daily paperwork, as well as opening and closing the store. The hardest part of my Whenever there is a problem that I cannot handle, he usually takes care of it.This means a lot to me, especially since he goes beyond the call of duty.