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Traitify Careers Interview Guide

Introduction

This guide is designed to help you explore a person's Woofound personality type. The questions allow you to validate the type and to explore the way in which personality is likely to influence work performance.

The guide is arranged in seven sections. Each section starts by giving a brief description of the personality type (e.g. Action-Taker). There are then a number of questions that you can use to probe for further information. These can be used to confirm the personality type suggested by the Woofound questionnaire.

The first set of questions is general in nature and can be used to get the person talking. The words in brackets (e.g. interest, track record) highlight the area that is being covered. In general, answers should confirm the main points in the description of the personality type. A brief response is provided in each case to illustrate what a person with the particular type might say.

The second set of questions allows you to explore areas of interest in greater depth. They are designed to provide information on more specific work 'competencies', e.g. how someone is likely to react in a team or group situation.

Remember it is always useful to probe real and specific examples. To take another example, below are some ways to begin when talking about managing a complex project:

  • Think about a time when you had to handle a complex project (or task).
  • What did you do? Talk me through the steps.
  • What was the outcome?
  • What effect did it have? And on who?
  • On balance, what worked well? (Didn't work as well?)
  • What did you learn from completing the piece of work?

You might not want to go into this level of detail with every competency, but it is something you should consider with competencies that are directly linked to job performance.

Action-Taker

Description

  • Highly goal-oriented
  • Use manual and physical skills, working with technology or machinery to complete tasks
  • Drawn to work that involves specific skill-set and a concrete task
  • Athletic, handy, practical, systematic, applied and 'down-to-earth'
  • Excel at solitary, goal-oriented work and 'getting the job done'.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample response: I was drawn to this company because of the amount of hands-on work that is completed by your employees. You also have a set routine for your employees; which is great for me, because I work best with a scheduled routine.

Tell me about what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample response: In my previous jobs, I have completed complex projects asked of me by my employer. I always finished them in a timely fashion, and I made sure that they are to the exact specifications requested by my employer. One such project was a renovation of a kitchen in a 19th century home. Following my employer’s instructions to a tee, I was able to completely update the usefulness of the kitchen without harming its historic charm.

Why did you leave your previous position? (Engagement)

Sample response: My previous company was very unstructured. They allowed too much flexibility of their employees, and I felt as though the amount of work that should have been accomplished was lacking because of it.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/technology? (Change)

Sample response: I am very comfortable with all types of new technology! I have been working with computers for years, and I can both operate them and fix any technical issues that may arise.

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample response: I would allow myself for flexibility in finishing tasks. Sometimes I am too hard on myself to finish a task in a speedy manner.

What practical skills can you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample response: I am very comfortable with tools and heavy machinery. I am also quite energetic, so I am able to use my strength and endurance to complete my tasks.

Specific Questions

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample response: I thrive when working independently. This allows me to set up a timeline and follow my own routine. I am able to regulate myself and keep to a schedule that will allow me to finish all of my tasks in a timely manner.

Your results suggest that you might react strongly if you are asked to work on a team. Can you give me an example of when this has happened and what you did about it?

Sample response: In the past, I have had to work on construction crews, but while I prefer to work on my own, I could handle working in a group, as long as they will stay structured during our working process.

Self-Organization

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample response: First, I make out a timeline. I look to when the project needs to be completed and make a list of what needs to be done during that time. Then I remove myself from any distractions and will work until the task is complete.

Your results suggest that you are much happier when dealing with established systems, plans and processes. You might even be described as being over-dependent on such things. Can you give me an example of when this might have been the case?

Sample response: When working on a construction crew in the past, I made sure to ask the foreman everyday about that day’s plans. That way, I knew exactly what needed to be done and what was expected by the day’s end.

How do you keep the need to be organized in check when you have to be more spontaneous?

Sample response: If spontaneous changes arise, I organized my next steps in my head, in order to complete the job as quickly as possible.

Influence

Do you find that you are someone who influences others, or do you prefer to follow instructions?

Sample response: When given the choice, I would prefer to follow the instructions of others. I want to make sure that a job is finished to its entirety, and if someone else already has an idea of how to make that happen, then I would happily follow their lead.

You seem to be more comfortable having others lead you. How would you feel if you were asked to take a leadership role?

Sample response: If I were put in a leadership role, then I would use it as an opportunity to make sure that those working beneath me are as structured as possible and working towards their daily goals.

Perseverance

How would you feel about performing the same routine task everyday?

Sample response: I am perfectly comfortable with doing the same thing each day. If the company has been running smoothly with this particular routine thus far, then who am I to reinvent the wheel?

Analyzer

Description

  • Inquisitive
  • Look deeply for information
  • Keen eye and experimental nature
  • Problem-solvers.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I am fascinated by the investigative studies that you company is working on right now. All of your research has led you to some incredible discoveries, and I would love to join you in your work.

Tell me what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample answer: I began a research fellowship soon after I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in biology. Once my fellowship was complete, I worked in a lab for a few years, studying germ mutations.

Why did you leave your previous position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: In order to do my best work, I need to be in an organized environment. My last position was with a company that was in constant disarray, which caused everyone’s work to suffer.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/technology? (Change)

Sample answer: I am very comfortable with technology! I have been using various types of technological equipment in laboratories for years, and different forms of technology were used in my research.

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: My biggest flaw is that I often cannot stop once I begin researching a topic. I am so fueled by knowledge that I will often go above what is asked of me, simply because I find the topic so fascinating!

What practical skills do you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample answer: My research skills will come in handy quite often for this position. In addition, my adeptness with technology and familiarity with experimental procedures will also be of great use to this company.

Specific Questions:

Teamwork

Do you find that you work best independently or with a team?

Sample answer: I am perfectly comfortable working on my own, but I also enjoy the collaborative nature of teamwork. For example, recently I embarked on a project that required me to spend some time working through statistics on my own, but I appreciated working with a team to analyze the results.

Self-Organization

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample answer: I always make sure to do plenty of research before delving into a project. I feel as though a thorough background on a topic is needed before I start a task. From there, I use my research to create a timeline for how I will accomplish the remainder of the task.

Your answer indicates that you are more comfortable when you can plan out a task. Have you been in a situation where the task has been changed halfway through? If so, how did you handle it?

Sample answer: At my previous company there was a time that I had put quite a bit of time into planning out my task, and then my boss asked me to complete it a different way. I asked why he thought that my method wasn’t sufficient, but he had also put some thought into this other way of completing the task, so I went along with his plan.

Influence

If you had to persuade someone to change their mind, how would you do it?

Sample answer: I would back up my opinions with research. The best way to convince others is with proven logic, so I would make sure that I would be able to provide multiple proven examples.

If logic didn't work, what would you do next?

Sample answer: I would encourage the others to complete some research of their own. It certainly wouldn’t help to take an emotional approach or simply try to convince them because I believe in it. If they cannot accept hearing the logic from me, then they should see it for themselves.

Thinking Style

Do you consider yourself more creative or logical?

Sample answer: I am MUCH more logical than creative. As my background is based in science, I believe there is a tried and true answer for everything. I appreciate creativity in the arts, but not in my work.

You clearly are more comfortable with logic, but what would you do if your employer asked for your creative opinion?

Sample answer: I would happily give my opinion, but I would feel the need to preface my answer with the fact that this would be coming from more of a logical mindset than a creative one.

Inventor

Description:

  • Creative
  • Out of the box approach to work
  • Express themselves through artistic means
  • Become “lost” in their work.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I really like how much this company values difference and creativity. Creative expression is very important to me, so I want to make sure that I’m working in an environment that supports creativity.

Tell me about what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample answer: I majored in graphic design at a local university and began an internship with a design firm while I was there. Since then, I have been doing freelance work, which has given me an opportunity to create advertisements, various types of art and logo designs for different clients.

Why did you leave your previous position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: My last company was not very open-minded. Even though they were a “creative” corporation, they were not in support of individual expression, and that made me feel stifled.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/new technology? (Change)

Sample answer: I’m completely flexible to any new changes in the workplace. New technology is fascinating to me, and if an employer came to me with a new suggestion (especially one that might be a little off the wall), then I’d be all for it!

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: I have a difficult time conforming to the rigid norm. I am a creative and free spirit, and I would love to incorporate new ideas into a workplace that may make it a more appealing environment.

What practical skills can you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample answer: I have been studying art for years and have experience with different artistic mediums. Painting and drawing are my preferred creative outlets, but I have also done work with graphic design and sculpture.

Specific Questions:

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample answer: I enjoy the freedom of working on my own. It allows me to truly become immersed in a project.

You definitely seem comfortable with working on your own, but what if a situation arose where you had to work in a group? Would you be comfortable with that?

Sample answer: I am just as comfortable working independently or with others. I like the freedom of working on my own, but I also enjoy collaborating creatively with others.

Self-Organization

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample answer: I start with what is asked for by a client and then consider all of the different possible mediums in which their idea can be expressed. I would then narrow it down to a few ideas, present them to my co-workers and then work with them to create the best product possible.

You appear to have a flexible mind. How do you feel if you are asked to change what you are doing, part way through a job?

Sample answer: The artistic process is fluid–I would completely understand if we had to change things and would see the benefit of working in a new direction. Much of my work involves being able to quickly pivot from one idea to another.

Influence

If you had to persuade someone to change their mind, how would you do it?

Sample answer: I believe that I am a very passionate speaker and can influence others because of it. Through the delivery of my words, others would be motivated to change their minds because they would want to be just as excited as I am about a new prospect!

If your passion and ideas didn't work, what would you do next?

Sample answer: If there are those who just aren’t moved by my enthusiasm, then I would find some proven examples of why my opinion is correct. I wouldn’t just use the encyclopedia though. I would use modern and eclectic resources, and I may find that the best way to prove my opinion is by bringing in others who are just as passionate as I am to help convince the group.

Thinking Style

Are you more of a detailed-thinker, or do you look at the big picture?

Sample answer: To be honest, I’m a little bit of both. I like to look at the big picture of an artistic project and imagine what I can create, but as I get involved in the project, I will want to make sure that every detail is perfect.

Mentor

Description:

  • People-oriented
  • Great communication
  • Want to improve someone’s or society’s situation
  • Patient and compassionate
  • Work well in a team.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I appreciate that this company has a strong mission and that everyone who works here is committed to helping others.

Tell me what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample answer: In the past, I have worked with children in both a preschool and elementary school setting. During my college years, I also helped to run a support group for those dealing with homesickness.

Why did you leave your previous position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: I found that my previous company was not focused enough on a mission to help others, and helping others is truly my passion in life.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/new technology? (Change)

Sample answer: If I had my preference, I would work with the people in my office instead of with technology. But I would find a way to integrate it into my collaborations with coworkers, as I am in favor of any new process or type of technology that will help others.

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: My biggest flaw is my desire to always want to help. I know that people need to figure out problems for themselves, but when I see someone in trouble, I feel the need to intervene.

What skills can you contribute to the office? (Practicality)

Sample answer: I am quite proud of my communication skills. I typically use these skills in a one-on-one format or in a small group. That way, I feel as though I’m really getting my point across and know that whomever I am talking to is listening.

Specific questions:

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample answer: I am capable of working independently, although it is certainly not my preference.

Your answer indicates that working independently is not your preference. Tell me about why you prefer to work in a group.

Sample answer: I thrive when working with others. I feel that I can help others, and that I learn things from them in return.

Self-Organisation

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample answer: I would start by consulting with the others on my team and would find out their opinions for how we should move forward in order to reach our goal. As we work, I would check in with the others to make sure that everyone is still feeling positive about our project and our progress, and I wouldn’t consider the project “complete” until the entire team was happy with it.

You appear to have a process-oriented approach to things. How do you feel if you are asked to dive straight into something, without having time to plan?

Sample answer: I like to know my process before I get started, as it makes me more comfortable. I suppose if I had to jump in without time, I would think about former plans that I’ve used that have not only been successful for me but also made the rest of my team comfortable.

Thinking Style

Are you more of a detailed-thinker, or do you look at the big picture?

Sample answer: I care about the big picture in terms of society–in other words, I like to think about how a project can affect the world for the better. At the same time, I consider details in terms of how my coworkers are feeling, as I always want to take their feelings into account while we’re working together.

Communication

Do you tend to communicate your opinions or keep things private?

Sample answer: I am perfectly willing to join a lively discussion about my opinions, but if I felt as though voicing them would hurt the group, I am capable of keeping them to myself.

If given the option, would you prefer to deal with people or with technology?

Sample answer: I would absolutely prefer to work with people. Yes, technology has come a long way, but nothing beats the one-on-one conversation between two people.

Naturalist

Description:

  • Attached to the natural world
  • Familiar with animals and the environment
  • Prefer the outdoors
  • Want to protect the planet
  • Serene and earthy.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I appreciate that this company is so committed to its mission to help the environment. Knowing that each member of this company recycles and does his or her best to eliminate waste not only helps the office but also helps the world.

Tell me what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample answer: I taught environmental science at a local university for two years. Since then, I have worked with a group that organizes the clean-up of local rivers and streams.

Why did you leave your previous position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: My previous job was located in a cubicle in an office in the city, which is the total opposite of an ideal environment for me. I would love the opportunity to spend part of my day outdoors, or at the very least, have an office with windows that open so that I might get fresh air.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/new technology? (Change)

Sample answer: I think that technology should always be evolving, if it means that it will have a positive impact on our environment. For example, we never would have been able to grasp the effects of global warming without new technology.

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: Sometimes I focus too much on the mission I am trying to achieve and therefore lose sight of the smaller details that still need to be finished. I am just so passionate about this company’s mission that I might overlook a few t’s that need to be crossed or i’s that should be dotted.

What practical skills can you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample answer: I can bring sustainable practices into the office. The environment needs to be treated with a nurturing attitude, and that starts in our own office. We can provide more opportunities to recycle, and possibly even start a compost pile behind the building. A great teambuilding activity would be to take the staff to a local park and pick up trash together–we’ll bond and feel better about helping the environment!

Specific Questions:

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample answer: I am very comfortable working on my own. I am able to regulate myself so that I am diligently working without being distracted.

It seems as though you are very comfortable with working independently. How would you feel if you were asked to work with a group?

Sample answer: While I am comfortable working independently, I also invite the opportunities to collaborate with others.

Thinking Style

Are you more focused on details or the big picture?

Sample answer: I am more focused on the big picture. I understand that there are specific steps that must be completed to obtain a goal, but I always keep the end result in mind.

I understand that you are more concerned with the big picture. Has there ever been a time when you’ve had to focus more on details, and if so, how did you handle that?

Sample answer: When I worked for a regional park, I was asked to study the statistics regarding the number of visitors we had that particular year. It was definitely not my preferred task, but I understood that knowing our park’s population would help to organize events in the future and help to keep the park popular and successful.

You appear to have a relaxed approach to things. How do you feel working under time pressure?

Sample answer: If I had to, I could work under pressure, but it’s really not natural to me. I like to move to the tune of nature, in a steady but not overly-rushed fashion. I believe that things are more likely to be finished properly if completed at a natural pace.

Influence

Are you someone who influences others, or do you prefer to be led?

Sample answer: I believe that I have the capacity to influence others, especially when it comes to caring about the environment. On the other hand, I’m very loyal to those for whom I work, so I would also follow any directions they might have.

How would you convince someone who did not share your values?

Sample answer: I would try to encourage them to think about how their opinion would affect the future. If others could look ahead and see how their opinions could affect the future of themselves and those around them, then they might see the error of their ways and start agreeing with me.

Perseverance

Are you able to stick to a task, even if it’s very routine?

Sample answer: Absolutely. I’m incredibly devoted and loyal to my work, so even if a task may seem mundane, I will stick to it until the end.

Planner

Description:

  • Detail people
  • Methodical and precise
  • Create systems and schedules
  • Work with data, words and numbers.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I love how organized and streamlined this company runs. As a person who thrives in an organized environment, I knew that this workplace would be the perfect fit.

Tell me what you have done in previous jobs. (Track record)

Sample answer: During college, I did filing for the alumni association. After I graduated, I began working for a library, shelving books and making sure that the already shelved ones were in proper order. Most recently, I have worked in a medical billing office, making sure that the patients’ procedures are correctly coded.

Why did you leave your last position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: My previous employer could not seem to keep to a defined set of workplace policies, and things were changing all the time. The environment seemed too unpredictable, and it made me very uncomfortable.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/new technology? (Change)

Sample answer: Well, it depends on the situation. I prefer tried and true methods, as I am the most comfortable with them and know that I can be the most efficient when using these procedures. However, as a detail-oriented person, I very much appreciate some of the new technology that has recently come out in order to help me organize data.

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: My biggest flaw is that I am often quite obsessed about making sure everything is meticulous and perfect. Sometimes this means that a task takes me a little bit longer, but I’ll know it’s correct!

What practical skills can you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample answer: My organizational skills! I would implement up-to-date filing systems so that everything can be found quickly and easily. In addition, I would make sure that all of the software is current and would request that co-workers neaten up their workstations at the end of each night.

Specific questions:

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample answer: I feel like I work best independently. I am very particular about neatness and organization, and I feel that I can control that best on my own.

Even though you prefer to work independently, have you been in situations where you have had to work in a group? If so, how did you handle it?

Sample answer: In many of my past jobs, there have been times where group work was necessary. While it was not my preference, I was able to keep the group on task and made sure that they stuck to the timeline that we decided upon at the beginning of the task.

Self-organization

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample answer: Before I begin a task, I make sure that I am aware of the end goals of the project. I want a clear idea of what is expected of me before I begin. At the same time, I want to know the deadline, because it is important to me to meet or exceed a deadline. Then I would follow a strict schedule to make sure that everyone is accomplished on time.

It appears as though you are more comfortable with a detailed plan in place. How do you feel if you are asked to change what you are doing, part way through a job?

Sample answer: To be honest, this would make me very uncomfortable. I like to follow a detailed routine or timeline. However, if I was asked to change what I was doing, I would simply make a new timeline in order to complete the new task.

Influence

How do you go about influencing people at work?

Sample answer: I believe that I have the capacity to influence others, especially when it comes to laying out an objective plan. My skill is in managing projects and showing who needs to do what. From that point leadership is about making sure jobs are done and targets met. In that sense I'm more about giving direction than motivating folk to do things.

How would you convince someone who could not see the value of forward planning?

Sample answer: I would show them all of the small details that go into a project, and if we don’t plan ahead, then some of these details could be forgotten! If they still don’t believe me, then I can show them proof from past projects that I had accomplished–as sometimes seeing hard evidence is the most convincing!

Thinking Style

Are you more focused on details or on the big picture?

Sample answer: I am very focused on details! I know what the goal may be, but it’s the smallest details that matter in properly accomplishing a task. People would probably describe me as being very particular.

Visionary

Description:

  • Pioneers
  • Take charge
  • Take risks, make changes and set trends
  • Ambitious and energetic
  • Business-oriented.

For each of the questions you may wish to ask for additional evidence, or examples, depending on how much information the candidate volunteers.

General Questions:

What drew you to this company? (Interest)

Sample answer: I appreciated that you help those in your company to become successes and grow within the corporation. I know that you encourage new ideas and allow your employees to express themselves.

Tell me about what you did in previous jobs. (Track records)

Sample answer: After working at a fast-food chain during college, they promoted me to a management position. Not wanting to stick to the world of fast food, I started an internship at a finance corporation and was eventually promoted to Assistant Manager.

Why did you leave your last position? (Engagement)

Sample answer: I was ready to be promoted, but they informed me that there would not be any room for advancement in the company for years. I have too much ambition to sit around and wait for a promotion, so I took it upon myself to find a better job.

How do you feel about new approaches to work/new technology? (Change)

Sample answer: I welcome all forms of new technology! The world is constantly changing, and so approaches to work and technology should be changing along with it. Just think of all of the new concepts that have come out in the past 10 years: Artificial Intelligence, web applications, smart phones and so much more!

If you could change something about how you work, what would it be? (Awareness)

Sample answer: For me, I am never quite content in staying still. I’m always looking for the next great idea or new business venture. I am happy to be in a certain position, but I will always be working towards how I can grow within a company.

What practical skills can you bring to this position? (Practicality)

Sample answer: My leadership skills! I am very persuasive and can encourage others to help make profitable decisions for the company. I am also outgoing but sensitive at the same time, so that I will easily talk to my subordinates but will listen when they need help.

Specific Questions:

Teamwork

Tell me about your comfort level with working on your own.

Sample answer: I am fine with working independently, although I feel much better when I am leading others.

It appears as though if a situation arose where you would work with a group, how would you feel about this. Can you explain why?

Sample answer: I very much enjoy working with groups. I often find that I take a leadership role within a group, which others tend to appreciate.

Self-Organization

What steps do you take to accomplish a task?

Sample answer: I like to hit the ground running! If I already know what I want my end result to be, I don’t want to waste time plotting out a really specific plan. I believe in forging ahead and dealing with problems as they come along, instead of trying to predict them ahead of time.

It appears as though you are more comfortable acting at speed. How do you feel if you are forced to slow down?

Sample answer: I think it would be a waste of time. The whole goal is to have a new product ready for the world, and if we work slowly, then the world has to wait! I have enough faith in my work to know that it will be done right, even if it’s done quickly.

Thinking Style

Are you more concerned with details or the big picture?

Sample answer: I’m definitely more concerned with the big picture! I know that there are those who focus on the details, but I help them to see that we’re working towards something fantastic!

I can see that you prefer looking towards the big picture, but have you ever been in a situation where you had to focus on the details? If so, how did you handle this?

Sample answer: In a previous job, I was asked to study the statistics for our customer base. It definitely was not the task I preferred to undertake, but I reminded myself that knowing our customers could help to bring more success to the company in the long run.

Influence

Do you tend to influence others, or do you prefer to follow directions?

Sample answer: I think that I have a great influence over others. I have always been a natural leader, which makes me a natural influencer as well. I think I'm good at painting a compelling vision; for example, whenever I present a new product to those in my company, I do so with enthusiasm and passion, letting the others know that this product will be the newest and greatest item out there. How could they not be on board after that?

Your answer indicates that you prefer to be a leader, but how would you deal with having to be led by another?

Sample answer: Even though I prefer to lead others, I feel as though I could learn quite a bit from other leaders. Better understanding their skills could help me in my future endeavors. Of course, this all depends on if the person leading me is someone that I believe is a competent leader–otherwise, I’d rather be in charge myself.

 

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