Originally Posted by 67102902
Can I just tell them I am workaholic?
I'd advise against it. This is one of those terms that grates on me, like "multi-tasking". It's a braggart, holier-than-thou thing to say. Besides, I question this claim coming from entry-level candidates. It's easy to be a hard worker when you get to switch gears a lot like in college, where you've got multiple classes to prepare for. It's a different story when you're trying to put in multiple consecutive 10- or 12-hour days doing the same job (even if it's not the same project).
What other strengths do you have that you can play up?