in #CASE you missed it… The Toughest Job Interview Questions

in #CASE you missed it…  The Toughest Job Interview Questions

Glassdoor has just come out with a list of the toughest interview questions ever asked

Job seekers would be smart to do some research before going into an interview in order to be prepared for such tough questions

They can check websites about info on a company’s interview process or even what type of questions are usually asked, or reach out to people they know who work in the same industry.

Here are just some of the toughest questions:

How do you explain a vending machine to someone who hasn’t seen or used one before?”—Global Data Analyst, Bloomberg L.P.

“How many fire hydrants are there in Los Angeles County?”—Software Engineer, Disney Interactive Studios

“If your current employer had an anniversary party for you, what five words would be written on the cake to describe you?”—District Manager, Express

“Who in history would you want to go to dinner with and why?”—Flight Attendant, PSA Airlines

“What’s the capital of Canada?”—Team Leader, OpticsPlanet

“Name a brand that represents you as a person.”—Brand Strategist, Twitter

“Estimate how many employees in the next building”—Data Scientist, Risk Management Solutions

“How many happy birthday posts do you think Facebook gets in one day?”—Sales Operations, Facebook

“If you could take anyone on a road trip with you, who would you take and why?”—Educator, lululemon

“What is the first thing you’d print with a 3D printer if you had one?”—Linux Systems Administrator I, Rackspace

“If you had to take only one item to a deserted island, what would that be?”—Customer Service Specialist, Squarespace

“Please describe an instance where you had to make a decision without all of the necessary information.”—Analytics, athenahealth

“Sell me on one idea, and then sell me on the opposite of that idea.”—Solarwinds Administrator, Blizzard Entertainment

“If you were a Muppet, which character would you be?”—Donor Family Advocate, LifeNet Health

“Give me 48 cents using six coins. Tell me quantity and value of the six coins.”—Human Resource Manager, Wintec

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