husband should hear this week about the job he interviewed for. He told me some of the questions and his answers. They were amazing. One was if you had the VP of Finance for the univ with a printer problem, a computer the students use to pay the bursar, that wasn't working, and the accounting dept software wouldn't let anything happen, what order would you fix them in? He said that depending on the time of month andpoint in the semester, he would fix the accounting dept first, the students second and the VP last. If the acctg dept cannot do anything then the students couldn't pay tuition and fees at the bursar anyway. The printer problem would be last because they could still be getting work done but they just couldn't print it. BUT if the VP had big reports due or it was the day before you were tossed out of class if the bills were not paid it would change things and put either the VP or the students higher up on the list. They seemed to really like this. They also asked him what some computer term meant. He gave a broad answer and said that he was aware of them but didn't have in depth knowledge. If it was something that came up in the job he would go home and look it up in the evening so he would be able to tackle it the next day - if it didn't have to be fixed right then. He really WANTS this job and would be awesome at it and it could be a real stepping stone.NOT great pay, but a job is a job. He even followed my advice and sent a written thank you note. He wrote a nice note and then also wrote what that term they asked about meant and what it might mean to the job he would have!!!!! He included the website he got the answer from - plagiarism is a huge thing in EVERY position at the university. Hoepfully that will give him a big edge. PLEASE pray for us, send good hire husband vibes, dance with chicken livers, etc..... We would really appreciate it.