Bill P: Why do you not ask this at a Job Interview, “Is it an Easy Job?”?
You been out of work for weeks on end , and really need a job. You get a call and land a job inverview. After 30 minutes everything is going pretty good and there is a great chance you may get the job. Then, at the end of the interview you tell the interviewer. “I am an extremely hardworker and all that good stuff, but just don’t want to work all that hard. So, I have to ask, Is This An Easy Job? Huh!”
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Answer by rtfm
I’m not sure what your question is. Are you *really* unsure whether or not you should say such a thing at a job interview, or did you just feel like wasting five points this morning?
LOL The interviewer would probably snicker and say “Thanks any way. We’ll call you when we find an easy job”.Answer by Caleb R
You don’t ask that question because you will come off as lazy. Who wants to hire a lazy person? You do not want to come off as not wanting to workAnswer by wltan702003
i understand you but before you apply a job please make sure that is the right 1 for you :>Answer by mad editor
What you may want to find out is “Do you expect me to put in 12-hour days here?” In some jobs, in some professions, this might be the norm. Some places are upfront about this. Others, you have to find out later. I made it clear at one job that I could get in early but that expect for emergencies I left a little after 5:00 to get home to my family. I was reachable at home by phone and email. That seemed to work.
But bluntly making it clear you don’t want to work hard–that’s a mistake. It’s like that joke from Arthur 2: he goes on a job interview and the hiring manager says “I’m need a hard worker not afraid of long hours” and Arthur replies “Hire me and I’ll help you look for one.”Answer by Doctor Deth
you just told the interviewer you are lazy and are just looking for a paycheck. No one will hire you with that kind of attitude