Getting a job is hard work. This is because for every job opening over 250 resume are screened and only one person will eventually get the job.
Performing greatly at an interview is important s this is one of the crucial job search process. There are lots of things you can do to prepare for a job interview but one of the most important thing you have to do is get yourself familiarized with various interview questions.
Interview questions and format varies. Luckily we can stand on the shoulder of giants who have gone before us to learn about the kinds of questions you expect to get asked at an interview.
Check out the full questions on their website together with answers by candidates or view a quick preview here.
“What would you do if you were the one survivor in a plane crash?”
Asked at Airbnb
“What’s your favorite 90s jam?”
Asked at Squarespace
“If you woke up and had 2,000 unread emails and could only answer 300 of them how would you choose which ones to answer?”
Asked at Dropbox
“Who would win in a fight between Spiderman and Batman?”
Asked at Stanford University.
“If you had a machine that produced $100 dollars for life what would you be willing to pay for it today?”
Asked at Aksia
“What did you have for breakfast?”
Asked at Banana Republic.
“Describe the color yellow to somebody who’s blind.”
Asked at Spirit Airlines
“If you were asked to unload a 747 full of jelly beans, what would you do?”
Asked at Bose.
“How many people flew out of Chicago last year?”
Asked at Redbox.
“What’s your favorite Disney Princess? “
Asked at Cold Stone Creamery
“If you could high five one person, living or not, who would it be?”
Asked at lululemon
“If Labatt gave you a million dollars with the condition that you’d have to pay it back in 3 years, what would you do with it?”
Asked at Labatt.
“If you only have one choice, do you prefer to work on time or correctly?”
Asked at BlackBerry
“How can we move Mount Fuji?”
Asked at TELUS
“If you were an inanimate object, what would you be?”
Asked at Starbucks.
“What would you name a book about your life at this point?”
Asked at Prism Resources.
“How do you get a plastic ball out of a cup without touching the cup.”
Asked at TD Bank
“If you own a grocery store and you have to sell apples, how would you determine how many different types of apples would you sell?”
Asked at Bombardier Aerospace
“How will you keep HootSuite weird?”
Asked at Hootsuite.
“How many traffic lights are there in Canada?”
Asked at Bell Canada
“Can you calculate how many tennis balls are used during the course of Wimbledon?”
Asked at Accenture
“Estimate the total number of cars in the UK.”
Asked at Barclays Investment.
“How many calories are in a grocery store?”
Asked at Google.
“How would you sell a fridge to an eskimo?”
Asked at Harrods.
“What would you take to a lonely island with you and why?”
Asked at Urban Outfitters
“Is batman a super hero?”
Asked at AlphaSights.
“You have 17 red and 17 blue balls, and you remove 2 at a time. If the two are the same colour, add in one extra blue ball. If they are different colours, add in an extra red ball. What colour is the final ball removed?”
Asked at Geonomics.
“What cartoon character would you be and why?”
Asked at ASDA.
“What is the wildest thing you have done?”
Asked at Metro Bank.
“What was your opinion of the film Blair Witch Project?”
Asked at Jefferies & Company.
Let start the fun. Tell us your answer to any of these questions.
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