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A Job Interview

Recently I am interested in joining an international organization or a company adopting English as their official language.

After work, I had a job interview on the phone with a PR director in Singapore who works for a global research company.

They are looking for a senior public relations manager in Tokyo office.

Dilbert Job Interview 11/6/11 by Stevegarfield via Attribution Engine. Licensed under CC BY-NC-SA.

Of course, the interview was held in English. However, I didn’t find any difficulties in the interview. I even enjoyed it. The interview took around 1 hour.

At the end of the interview, the PR director told me ” I am going to visit Japan soon. I would like to talk with you face to face!”

So, I assume I will have another interview.

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