You walk into a potential employer and they ask: “How many ping pong balls fit in a school bus?” Think that’s weird? You haven’t seen anything yet…
According to JobsToday, here are six of the weirdest job interview questions ever asked. Just as important, they tell you what those questions really mean and how to answer them…
One of the toughest job interview questions of all time: “What is your greatest accomplishment?”
And yet answering this question in a way sure to impress the recruiter is not all that difficult! Because like your LinkedIn profile and resume should be focused on your accomplishments (preferably quantified), so should your answer to this job interview question!
Have a job interview coming up at a start-up? Not sure how that interview differs from a well-established company? After hiring for my own startups, I’ve learned a lot about what hiring managers look for in a startup setting. And here’s the secret: Interviewing for a startup is as much about making sure you want to work there as making them want you on board. These six questions will not only help you stand out from other candidates – they’ll help you decide if that startup is the right fit for you: “What are the first projects that I will
If you’re job-hunting or looking to make a career change, you’ve likely already learned: over time, bad habits and bad attitudes can become barriers between us… and success. Not only does a negative attitude repel human resources managers, but approaching the job hunt with a bad attitude will also limit your options from the start. You’ll be less likely to apply to jobs that might be a great fit; you’ll identify fewer possibilities. We become focused on why we wouldn’t be considered, rather than what might make us an asset to this employer. As you continue your job search, see
Imagine asking someone for an informational interview… and then having nothing to say?
With these 10 questions at your fingertips, that will never happen to you!