During a job interview recently I was asked to explain what USFRA was and in my own words. I landed the job but was curious as to how other members in my shoes would have
briefly explained USFRA as a whole and its many subgroups within. My response was enthusiastic but rather long I felt. I was just wondering what anybody else might have said on the spot, keeping it shorter and more na…
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