Being a starving artist in search of part-time work I found myself interviewing at the local grocery store this past spring. The manager asked about my writing career/trek toward publication before getting to the mandatory canned questions.
First can out of the box: “Name a profession in which organization is key to the employee’s success.”
I thought for a moment then said, “A paramedic is the second job that came to mind. It’s my understanding the emergency vehicles must be strictly organized so they can reach for what they need without having to search while working on a patient.”
She nodded, jotting notes. “What was the first profession you thought of?”
“A serial killer,” I replied. “Because every mystery writer knows that a serial killer’s undoing results from when they become disorganized in their MO.”
The pen fell from her hand. “We have openings in the bakery. When can you start?”