How’s this for an interview question: “What would the person who likes you least in the world say about you?” It’s better to say something than to be at a loss, according to one HR director. In addition to thinking of someone who doesn’t like you (We’re not saying you’re unlikeable, but surely you can think of one person who doesn’t think you’re all that), this question forces you to share personal criticism you have received — and spin it in a positive light. Forbes presents what it calls the 10 toughest questions interviewers use to target the specific traits they look for in job candidates, whether it be successful risk-taking, creativity and quick thinking, or the ability to compromise.
Can You Handle These 10 Tricky Interview Questions? (Forbes)
June 19, 2013 By Leave a Comment