Dating a traveling consultant
We’ve heard of people getting asked this super random question in their management consulting interview: “Tell me a joke.” How in the heck are you supposed to respond to that? (Check out our Consulting Interview Bible for fit and interview prep guidelines.) Despite our love for the consulting jokes, in a consulting interview, it’s safest to stay away from consulting-flavored jokes.
There are 3 reasons why: Have you responded to “Tell me a joke” in an interview? Post your response below or email us with your story!
” From ———— Consulting Joke #3 You Might Be a Consultant if…you introduce yourself to your next door neighbors … From ———— Consulting Joke #4 An efficiency expert concluded his lecture with a note of caution. “She made lots of trips between the fridge, stove, table and cabinets, often carrying a single item at a time. The frog then cried out, “If you kiss me and turn me back into an enchanting, beautiful princess, I will stay with you and you can do anything you want with me.” Again the guy took the frog out, smiled at it and put it back into his pocket.
Finally, the frog asks in exasperation, “What the hell is wrong with you? I don’t have time for a girlfriend, but a talking frog – How cool is THAT!!
Travel agents work year-round, but are especially busy during peak vacation times in the summer and during holidays.
During those times, agents are busy on the telephone planning trips and making last-minute itinerary changes for current customers.
The physician remarked, “Well, in the Bible, it says that God created Eve from a rib taken out of Adam. ) A guy was walking through the forest one day when a frog called out to him from the side of the path…
This way, I'll still talk to other people, but mentally I'm like, 2. Travel agents work directly with the public and converse with clients in order to determine the best possible travel destinations, transportation arrangements, and accommodations for the client's particular needs.They may make suggestions to the client based on their experience, or offer complete travel packages from various resorts or cruise lines.They may also concentrate in a special segment of the field; many agents specialize in leisure travel, business trips, or location-specific journeys to Europe, Africa, or Asia.The primary responsibility of a travel agent is to make the process of travel planning easier for their clients and ensure they experience the best trip possible.