25 Most Difficult Job Interview Questions

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago
http://www.datsi.fi.upm.es/~frosal/docs/25mdq.html

Some good job interview advice on how to deal with the typical questions.
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Female 100
Well some of the stuff was good to know it was intersting
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Male 8
The saddest part about this is that the person who knows how to smooth-talk through this interview questions get the job.

Meanwhile the true honest good deserving worker (who doesnt like to brag or is not as smooth) gets the mediocre position and pay.

What a messed-up system.

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Female 163
I thought it was very informative and made several good points. Perhaps in the future they will come in handy. The wording of the list was more in depth than I initially anticipated, but then again, it was primarily directed to those individuals included in the older set who have worked for numerous years to develop their skills and their careers. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it and more preparation concerning interviews and jobs can only be beneficial anyway
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Female 1,468
Some good questions to keep in mind. Nothing worse than arriving at a job interview and being stumped. One piece of advice I give thought it to take your time. When asked a question, feel free to mull it over a few seconds instead of blurting out the first thing that comes to mind.
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Female 215
#3 why do you wanna work here hahaha i got asked that when i was trying to get a job at culvers and i was like ummm i need a job and this palce is quieter and cleaner than mcdonalds, haha and the guy laughed, and i got the job and i still have it 1 yr laterz, so its all good just be honest
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Female 1,603
Wow. Thats good stuff. I think I`m okay at interviews but sometimes I have to think before I`m able to answer. These came on here at a good time though because I am looking for a job at the moment!
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Male 916
quoot:
"[...]very few of the sheep that follow this kind of idiotic garbage will ever find themselves in a position to know the difference."

FK, maybe you`ve got some good advice for our lost souls?

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Male 231
i knew someone who was asked how many times a day she hated her parents and if she could carry a 120 pound animal...
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Male 425
tough questions...
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Male 3,060
and bwahbwah, don`t be so stereotypical. i used to me a mcdonalds cashier. you have to start somewhere....
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Male 3,060
yeah...most of these were pretty much common sense...i would have gone about differently with some of them as well...
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Male 22
hahaha naoscaire. i liked this article though. made some good points but some of them were kind of obvious... like dont point out huge negative aspects about the job or company that you`re applying for/to.
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Male 571
I once applied for a job in a toy store... I intimidated the manager when I told him about my martial arts and weight-lifting experience... I obviously didn`t get the job... Also, don`t tell them that you like knives.
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Male 951
Sigh...such sickening crap. But I wouldn`t sweat it...very few of the sheep that follow this kind of idiotic garbage will ever find themselves in a position to know the difference.

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Male 1,033
I`d tackle a couple of them differently, but all in all great
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Male 423
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Male 1,061
hmm. i dont have time for that!!!
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Male 608
No wonder why theres such high unemployment in this world. Your slack is under attack!!!
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Male 982
some of those stumped me. i bet those would confuse a casheir at macdonalds!
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Male 10,115
Link: 25 Most Difficult Job Interview Questions [Rate Link] - Some good job interview advice on how to deal with the typical questions.
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