If your first thought is about the company car, the travel, benefits, pay, and “high profile,” this is probably not the job for you.
The interviewer wants to make certain that you’ve thought about why you want this job and with his/her company. S/he wants to see how much research you’ve done and if your values match those of the company (and the specific team you’ll be working with). In the end, interviewers will hire the “best fit” for the position. If it’s true, your answer should show how your values and motivations match those of the company and, if you can discern them, the hiring manager.
Employees can be taught how to sell. They can be taught about drugs, pharmacokinetics, and patient identification. What they can’t be taught are values, ethics, and beliefs.
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