You know the ones? That make no sense. Like really? Who would say that, “Oh yeah, I always steal from my employer. Of course I won’t work if I don’t want to that day. No, I won’t tell you if another employee is stealing.”
And then there is the ever-popular, “Why should we hire YOU?” question.
Today, because I couldn’t think of anything else to post, I asked Sean to blog his response to that question. Keep in mind he takes after his mom, an awesome smart-ass.
Why should someone hire you?Why should someone hire me? Let me tell you why. I am highly skilled at everything I do. I’m also a very fast learner. I could learn how to do something new and master it in a relatively short amount of time. I have never been faced with any challenge, no matter how hard, that I haven’t been able to overcome, and I never will be faced with such a challenge. You know why? Because I can do anything. I’m just that great. I have a set of skills that contains almost every skill in the world. And if it doesn’t contain a skill that you need, I can get that skill and become better than you at said skill in a shorter amount of time than it took you to learn the basics of that skill. None of that previously mentioned stuff even begins to describe how great I am. My mother has a tattoo that says son. I have more experience in my beard alone (which is such a great beard, everyone always compliments it and wants to touch it) than a lesser man has in his entire body. I win trophies for my game face alone. I once punched a man in the face, and he had the overwhelming urge to thank me. Sasquatch tries to takes pictures of me. My words carry weight that would break the jaw of a less interesting man. I could go on, but I’m sure you get the idea. I’m pretty f***in’ awesome. The real question is, why shouldn’t someone hire me?
What do you think of his response? Will someone hire him? Leave a comment or two and let him know.