"If Germans were the tallest people in the world, how would you prove it?" Asked at Hewlett-Packard
Job interviews are stressful enough without curveballs from the interviewers, but off-putting questions are not uncommon. Glassdoor.com collected inquiries made during actual interviews from its “Interview Reviews” section. More than 150,000 questions have been collected in all; we bring you some of the oddest examples. For instance, would you know how many people are using Facebook at a particular time in a specific West Coast city? If not, you may have blown your chance to work at Google. And if you haven’t spent time pondering ways to get a large animal from Africa inside of a common household appliance, perhaps you’re not cut out for a career ... in commercial real estate? For these and other unusual interview questions click here.
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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