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Interview Time
by Sharon Henderson
09/22/07
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Interview Time

The Homeless
My family needs me to get this job. For the first time in my life I can show them that I am somebody! I can prove that Sunday School stuff to be true, that God don’t make junk. Will I find out in enough time?
(45 words)

The Graduate
Finally! Classes are over and the piece of paper is in hand! Time for my final test … time to ace this interview. Big bucks here I come! … What do they mean I ‘lack enough experience?
(37 words)

The Teenager
Yes! I won’t be a-needing money from the old man anymore. I’m going out to get my first job. “Will you hire me?” No way. Did he just say I could scrub the floors? “Yes sir! I’ll work hard for you.” I can’t face Dad without a job.
(48 words)

The Mother
I can’t believe I’ll have to leave my precious babies with a sitter. Yet we need this money and I am more ‘marketable’ than my husband. I sure hope this job has good benefits. “May I please have an application for your Business Analyst position?”
(45 words)

The Interviewer
What a day! Can you believe the variety of people I had to talk to today? Everyone thinks I’m a miracle worker. They think I can pull jobs out of a hat for them. I’m done. I think I’ll go fill out an application for a different career!
(49 words)


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Tammy Johnson 26 Sep 2007
The last one was a creative twist to the themes of the others. Liked the internal dialogue in many of them in contrast to what was really going on - especially the kid taking the job he really didn't want to make his dad proud.
Teri Wilson 26 Sep 2007
Love how the last one tied everything together! Great job. Blessings, Teri
Rachel Burkum 26 Sep 2007
How neat. I love how these are all tied together, and I could see each person in them.
darlene hight 26 Sep 2007
lol This is priceless. I love the variety of perspectives. Darlene
Allison Egley  25 Sep 2007
Oh my. Can I ever relate to number 2!! It was my life for nearly a year. Great job.
Seema Bagai  24 Sep 2007
These are all great. Loved the ending.
Mo 24 Sep 2007
I was most touched by The Mother. The last one made me smile.
Verna Cole Mitchell  23 Sep 2007
I loved your variety on the topic and the twist at the end. Good job!
Linda Germain  23 Sep 2007
Good job (no pun intended!), especially remembering the interviewer is part of the process as well.
Betty Castleberry 23 Sep 2007
These are great. I really liked The Graduate a lot. The ending made me chuckle. Well done.
Jan Ackerson  22 Sep 2007
Ooooh, loved the last one! What a great twist! This was a super approach to this task; you could probably have written dozens of these. However did you choose?
Laurie Walker 22 Sep 2007
Ha! I'm pretty certain, even with my limited interview experience, I've said something similar to each of these. Well done.
Kristen Hester 22 Sep 2007
Very nice. You packed a lot into a few words. I liked the one about the boy scrubbing floors so he could face his father. Good job.
Joanne Sher  22 Sep 2007
These define the word "Snapshots" - just wonderful, I also ADORE the last one.
Linda Roth 22 Sep 2007
Sharon, I enjoyed these stories. They are so true-to-life! A couple of them (including the last one) made me laugh.
Pat Guy  22 Sep 2007
The last one is the clincher! So poingnat and so full of life. Wow!




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