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Maggie Secara wrote:
>Q: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
>A: I've been a writer for a long time. Where was I five years ago?
>about something new with interesting, intelligent people. Five years from
>now, I expect that will still be true.
>(God I hate this question, and I've decided to just say so.)
I hate this question too. I've taken to handing it back to them: "Where do
you see this company / this department in five years time?"
Technical Writer, Compaq, UK
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