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One time I interviewed a woman (not so young) for a position who couldn't wait to get through the job description part of the session, seemed pretty confident and sure of herself. Then when I asked if she had questions, oh boy, did she have questions: how many breaks a day, how long were they, was the lunch a whole hour or half hour, what about paid vacations, how long did she have to work before getting a vacation, what about leaving early, etc. I know that benefits are important, but it appeared to me she was more interested in HER time than ours. I did not hire her.