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Please tell us in 2-3 sentences why you are interested in working for Pactiv.
I can really believe that I have the skills to really shine at Pactiv. I have very strong work ethics and love working in a fast pace environment.
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User: Please tell us in 2-3 sentences why you are interested in working for Pactiv.

Weegy: I can really believe that I have the skills to really shine at Pactiv. I have very strong work ethics and love working in a fast pace environment.
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User: Please provide us with any additional information that you feel qualifies you for this position. at Patctiv

Weegy: I am a hard worker and love a challenge. I don't procrastinate and push myself to get the job done correct the first time.
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