Mark: Wow! This is a very nice office.
Boss: Thank you. Please sit down.
Mark: Thank you.
Boss: I understand that you are interested in the position in our Sales and Marketing Department?
Mark: Yes, I think I could do a very good job. I think I would enjoy being a salesman.
Boss: How did you find out about this job?
Mark: I read about it in the Classified Ads in the newspaper.
Boss: Your resume says that you graduated from the university with a Bachelor’s Degree in both Business and Chemistry.
Mark: Yes. I also graduated with a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering.
Boss: That’s very good, but for this job, you need to know about marketing.
Mark: No problen. I have had many courses in Marketing.
Boss: Do you have your transcript with you?
Mark: Yes. I have copies of both my Bachelor’s Degree and my Master’s Degree transcripts.
Boss: O.K. Great, O.K. Thank you. Tell me about your past work experience.
Mark: Well, I worked for 6 months delivering pizzas when I was in university.
Boss: That’s very good, but for this job, you need to know about marketing. Tell me about your experience in business.
Mark: Oh! Well. When I studied at the university, I worked part-time as a sales clerk.
Boss: So you have exprience in sales.
Mark: Yes. I also worked for 2 years in a chemical company in town in the Marketing Department.
Boss: Did you enjoy that job?
Mark: Yes. I enjoyed it very much.
Boss: Well, ì you work here, I will be your employer. I’m sure you will enjoy working here also.
Mark: Thank you.
Boss: Mark, I think you have the qualifications for this job. I would like to welcome you to the company.
Mark: Really? Great!! Thanks a lot, Mr. Wilson. I promise to be the best employee you have.
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