taking the mystery out of interview questions

This article focuses on a particular kind of interview question, what I call the “Not Getting Hired” question. I call it that for two reasons: One, because questions that fall into this category have become such a routine part of the interviewing process that the person asking it rarely pays attention to the answer (and for good reason, as I’ll explain later). Two, because no matter how an interviewee answers the question, the information doesn’t address the key issue in any employment search.

5 Job Interview Questions That Mean You’re Not Getting Hired…And One That Means You Are.

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