Most Asked Job Interview Questions. .. At interview... "tell me about your dream job" me: "one sec, lemme pull up funnyjunk on your computer..." Job Interview questions
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Most Asked Job Interview Questions

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User avatar #3 - hoogleking (08/29/2013) [-]
At interview... "tell me about your dream job" me: "one sec, lemme pull up funnyjunk on your computer..."
#1 - underlois (08/28/2013) [+] (3 replies)
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User avatar #24 - muffintime (08/29/2013) [-]
What is your dream?
Well It was to make it to the NHL, but that didn't work out so well so I guess i'm stuck here, eh?

What is your weakness? I can't ******* skate.
#30 - infinitereaper (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Let's not forget providing your 3 masters degrees from Harvard, blood samples, and at least 2 years of study in Imperial Chinese.
#20 - kommandantvideo ONLINE (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #13 - teleamachus (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
271 favorites and 70 thumbs. The community: "I'll see if this is funny later."
User avatar #27 - theashenwhiteness (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Qi - BJs, Job Interviews, and Politeness

User avatar #19 - silverzepher ONLINE (08/29/2013) [-]
well this is a good bunch of bull. sure i only had 3 interviews and 2 jobs, but this does not have the true question that i have been asked every time i went, and that question is "tell me a story about this situation" and they ask it at least 3 times, and all slightly different. another thing about this is that it is taking the fact that you only applied to this place, and not the 50 others as well, it also ignores the fact that you want the interview as soon as possible so the next day, or their soonest opening. i have found that it is easier to not stress about the interview and allow it to take its own course. you also have to have open body language, you shouldn't treat it like a test, if you look stressed, or you act like you know everything you won't get the job, they don't want to hire someone who is going to try and get their job, they are looking for good little grunts to do their job for them.
#37 - spiadk (08/29/2013) [-]
Ehh, as someone who's interviewed applicants before. I can assure you that this is horrible advice. Interviewers see right through this kind of ******** . Just try to be honest and relaxed. Sure, don't show your crazy, but don't tell me what exactly what you think I want to hear. It's an automatic write-off.
#36 - roshe (08/29/2013) [-]
i actually have an interview in a week, so thanks op, this will help
User avatar #16 - superfakeaccount (08/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
A lot of these answers are pure ******** . Everyone will be saying the same **** as whats on this post. You need to come up with more creative responses to separate yourself from the other potentials. You'll just get a run-of-the-mill job if you use these answers...
#32 to #16 - lemleet (08/29/2013) [-]
i don't know where you live but in my country most bosses are only happy if they hear exactly what they want to hear. if you are creative it could spoil everything
User avatar #15 - chaossniper (08/29/2013) [+] (7 replies)
thanks, there is a question that is often asked for engineers and it isn"t mentionned
Q- how much do you think we should pay you
A-(i don't know anyone would help me here)
User avatar #14 - hockeykicksass ONLINE (08/29/2013) [-]
now you post this the day after i had an interview i got the job so i dont really care
#47 - Chitzu (08/29/2013) [-]
I'll favorite this for when I'm doing something with my life.
I'll favorite this for when I'm doing something with my life.

User avatar #46 - acetracer (08/29/2013) [-]
NEVER state weaknesses that are strenghts. don't say things like "i prepare to much" or "i''m a perfectionist"... just state weaknesses that kind of connect to the field you work at, but wouldn't hinder you doing your job. for example if you work in IT don't say that you are distracted easily, say that you are interested in a lot of different things, and that you find it hard deciding in what to specialize. that may be bad if they are looking for a person who exclusively works with linux systems from 1998 set up in uganda, but ussualy in IT it's better to know the essentials of everything than to know everything from one thing and nothing from the rest (google is your friend). on the other hand of course don't say that if the job is something where you need a very specific skillset.
User avatar #45 - herbolifee (08/29/2013) [-]
Not saying this is bad, but in my experience it just works out better either way if you're being yourself, and open about yourself.


You get the job: This is because you're genuinely suitable for the job, and they know exactly why they got you. You won't often disappoint them because they know what to count on

You don't get the job: This means you're just not suitable for the job, or for the company. If you don't fit in with the company itself you'll experience a negative atmosphere which affect your productivity. In the long run you wouldn't have been happy there anyways.

So take it from a guy who's had multiple jobs / internships, just be yourself, calm, and confident it your strengths. If you don't get the job, it's usually not your fault, you simply don't fit in the desired locations.
User avatar #11 - sparkyoneonetwo (08/29/2013) [-]
I"ve had like 11 interviews and only like 4 of these questions ever came up.
User avatar #10 - SHODANROCKS (08/29/2013) [-]
Man this sounds like Donald Trump level **** .
User avatar #8 - rainbronydasher (08/29/2013) [-]
Just gonna fave this for that interview on Monday
User avatar #7 - anonymoose ONLINE (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Yeah, number 4, an interviewer can detect those ******** strengths in disguise and will dislike you for trying to outsmart the answer. Be honest about weaknesses, but try and make them seem less significant than they are.
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