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Under Pressure

2022-07-01 20:45:13.21326+02 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

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“Do you work well under pressure?” Needs the response “is this job one that regularly engages actual emergencies (e.g. an ER, a fire department) or do you fabricate urgency through poor management, uneven distribution of duties and an inflated sense of self for upper management?”

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#Comment Re: Under Pressure made: 2022-07-01 23:49:01.581408+02 by: TheSHAD0W

Eh. I'd go with "sure I work well under pressure. If I'm constantly under pressure I'm gonna need more money though."

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