Child-Rearing Leads to Good Marketing Professionals?

Posted by Joel Goldstein

Mar 5, 2014 11:54:00 AM

Maybe so.  During a meeting with a client recently, he shared with me a question he uses
whenever he interviews a job candidate:  what chores did you do when you were growing up?  He believes that those who grew up having household responsibilities have better work ethics at his company.  They have a sense of shared responsibility, accountability and less of a sense of entitlement than those who grew up without the daily chores list.  I’ll be sure to try that on my next few interviews!

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Topics: Marketing, work eithics, Goldstein Group Communications

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