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Are you still a serious candidate for the job?

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by countrybumpkin, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. countrybumpkin

    countrybumpkin New commenter

    They ask it to everyone.
  2. THey just want to confirm that youn have not decided you don't like the school. It means that during their discussions as to who should get the job they don't waste time discussing someone whop wouldn't take the job if offerred.
    I was interviewed for a post once, asked the question and answered no, that I would not take the job if offered. That was the end of the matter, they did notb have to worry about discussing me in their deliberations.

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