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Research Associate I was asked...August 2, 2015

Do you prefer to work alone or in a team?

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He followed up that crowd pleaser with "Me and my Pal Robert", in which he exposed the heretofore totally ignored soft side of everyone's favorite wife-beating-then-killing/multiple murdering/body dismembering billionaire landlord and all around pretty nice and funny guy for Andrew to go have dinner and talk with Robert Durst. He also quite ingeniously finally did what NO COP in the entire country had ever been able to do for decades when he got 100% irrefutable proof of Durst's guilt when Durst mumbled a few unintelligible, highly ambiguous sentences at himself in a bathroom mirror, like a mentally insane person would and have it be inadmissible in court, although his trial judge was shrewd and intelligent enough to draw a line in the sand and say no, no, the billionaire murderer/dismemberer who claimed he worked for the CIA, dressed as a woman, and was caught shoplifting some fresh fruit with $40,000 in his pocket was of completely sound mind and the incoherent mumblings were admissible and landed him in prison for the rest of his life. Later renamed The Jinx, because the subject matter was not considered edgy enough and the film's financers....financer....Andrew, wanted a spicier title to draw attention. Henry's other self-made multi-millionaire son Eugene kicked off his film-directing career by marching right into some figurative boss's office and insisting "Me love film. Me good. I am the guy. I need money." His father was convinced despite being skeptical at first and loaned him the millions he needed to make The Opponent in 2000, a movie lauded as corny, uninspired, and a waste of time, celluloid, self-respect, the already pathetic meagre dirty pile of reputation of Eugene, and whatever other resources went into its creation, by 100% of the 17 people who have ever seen it. The plot revolves around a woman who is tired of being victimized by her abusive boyfriend, trains real hard in boxing, then defends herself and becomes a professional boxer through hard work and perseverance. Henry Jarecki is very confident in the project paying off once he dies, leaves Eugene an inheritance, and is then no longer capable of requesting the loaned money back from Eugene. Eugene stressed that although he was a thoroughly aroused 28-year-old when he directed the film, it is a work of art and passion, and not an attempt to use the money he earned when his father handed it to him to pay millions to the Playboy Playmate in the starring role in a desperate plea for her to sleep with him because he was indescribably nerdy. "None of that is true. Pampered sons of billionaires don't typically dangle money in women's faces because they are socially inept and have no other, or faster method of encouraging the women they highly respect to sleep with them, and I am no exception." He followed that tour-de-force with bubbly and positive documentaries about Henry Kissinger, Ronald Regan, military propaganda, as well as forgotten pop icon Elvis Presley who has not yet been talked about enough. He also made a controversial film that expresses the heretofore unspoken suggestion that the Nixon-initiated 'War on Drugs' might actually be costly and destructive to the country, a brave stance which almost no one in the country has even considered besides brave, creative, original Eugene. Yes the Eugene with the Playmate boxer epic, that one. In the Elvis documentary he spits in the face of the elite rebelliously somehow by driving across the country in a Rolls Royce, to prove his point to the class of capitalist elites of which he is only reluctantly a member, and has simply not yet found the time or any conceivable way to give his money to poor people, although that is his top priority after the Rolls Royce journey. Less

For anyone who read this far thank you for staying with me. If anyone ever has an interview for this seemingly horrible company owned by a man who seems to have enthusiastically created one of the world's worst families and records themself saying all of this verbatim, or even a significant chunk of it, I will send you $50 or whatever I can afford at the time. Anything I wrote which has the faintest hint of truth essentially IS true. Go ahead yourselves and poke into the backgrounds of these weirdos and find out for yourselves. Thank goodness we have these men on who we are able to rely for the future of our country!!! Henry and his boys!! Justice for all of the helpless victims they advocate for and defend like pedophiles, Henry Kissinger, Ronald Regan, the U.S. military, cash-for-gold schemers, and all the rest of the oppressed and downtrodden!! Hurrah!! Hurrah!!! If by some amazing stroke of luck any of the Jareckis happen to read this, I'd just like you to know that I am aware you are all absolute jokes and if you are not yet aware then please contact me and I will be happy to explain it to whichever one of you stooges actually believes that you deserve or can even EXPLAIN THE ROLE OF any of the idiotic, econo-babble titles and offices you all seem to hold in the myriad huckster enterprises you are involved in. Thank you for your time. The Jareckis stink. Less

Trust me guys, THAT is the answer they want. You gotta be AGGRESSIVE! Yeah! Go get em! If you find yourself growing nervous as the interview approaches and doubting whether you can say any of the above, simply imagine any one of the Jarecki gang luxuriating on the beach of one of their Carribean islands and perhaps indulging in one of their other passions like promoting and defending pedophilia or army propaganda, while simultaneously they are underpaying abusive managers to shout bogus phrases of encouragement probably IDENTICAL to the ones I wrote above as a joke into the faces of poor hopeless employees even FURTHER down the ladder. "You know how I get my kicks guys?? Performing my assigned tasks quickly and efficiently while only asking your manager questions necessary for completion of said task, and smiling at work! Everybody now! *grabs miserable downtrodden employee by head and begins manipulating lips and repeating himself, as in a ventriloquist act. Employee lacks will to resist single iota and relaxes muscles so as to accept humiliation in most efficient possible manner with totally unwarranted hope that somehow, ANYHOW, this may lead to a $.75 raise* Less

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Seattle Children's

Why do you want to leave your current position and why? What makes you want to work at children? What regulatory experiences do you have? Have you worked with grading toxicities? How do you handle stress?

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I want a relocat

I want a relocat

I want a relocat

S&P Global

What is leveraged buyout? & How is diluted EPS calculated.

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A leveraged buyout (LBO) is a financial transaction in which a company is purchased with a combination of equity and debt, such that the company's cash flow is the collateral used to secure and repay the borrowed money. The use of debt, which has a lower cost of capital than equity, serves to reduce the overall cost of financing the acquisition. The cost of debt is lower because interest payments reduce corporate income tax liability, whereas dividend payments do not.[1] This reduced cost of financing allows greater gains to accrue to the equity, and, as a result, the debt serves as a lever to increase the returns to the equity. Less

A leveraged buyout (LBO) is a financial transaction in which a company is purchased with a combination of equity and debt, such that the company's cash flow is the collateral used to secure and repay the borrowed money. The use of debt, which has a lower cost of capital than equity, serves to reduce the overall cost of financing the acquisition. The cost of debt is lower because interest payments reduce corporate income tax liability, whereas dividend payments do not.[1] This reduced cost of financing allows greater gains to accrue to the equity, and, as a result, the debt serves as a lever to increase the returns to the equity. Less

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

What is your plans?

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To grow up in the field of the Clinical Research

What other questions did they ask you?

S&P Global

Normal questions, basic conversation

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Heya! Applyin for the same role cn yu brief a lil bit mre abt the technical questions. Less

Plz describe what was in the test which you took at home

Wyeth

Why was I leaving previous job?

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I was looking for opportunities for growth

Curia

Did you work with HPLC before?

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Yes I did. I had intermediate experience since I worked in lab.

Yes . I am familiar with HPLC use

UC San Francisco

Tell me about your work in college.

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I talked about my research experience.

Penn State

The Professor was just basically explained what his laboratory research is doing and such. He asked a question about my experience in research, specifically in designing forward and reverse primers.

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I just explained about my experience in designing forward and reverse primers from the specific microRNA targets that I worked with. Less

Penn State

asked about research experience

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told about research experience

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