Originally Posted by jacare
Asking for the job doesn't in of itself guarantee you get the job. What it does is set you apart from the rest. It proves you *really* want the job.
I've interviewed plenty of people also. And you can tell they are doing it for the money, doing it because they have to, or whatever. And they come off as wishy washy and mediocre.
I've won interviews at about 20 of the Fortune 50 companies for high paying consulting gigs, and I'm currently at one right now, a financial company.
Can you describe your experiences of your best interviews and how you asked for the job?