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Humblebragging is notoriously obnoxious, but it feels necessary sometimes. For example, in a job interview, we’re often told to answer the dreaded “what’s your biggest weakness” question with something sly, such as “I’m too much of a perfectionist.” People see through this. It’s better to either be honest about your bragging or be open about your weaknesses.
Job interviews can feature all kinds of strange questions, but one of the trickiest is one of the simplest: Why?
There are a lot of questions you should expect in an interview, but sometimes the questions are so broad you don’t know how to answer them on the spot. A little self-reflection before your interview can prepare you for one of the most open-ended questions you might run into.
Another addition to the killer interview questions collection: what would you do with $10 million right now?.
A particularly tricky addition to the killer interview questions collection: what will you hate about this job?
There are lots of ways that you can ace job interviews. One important strategy is to prepare examples of how your work has impacted others.
A strange and sneaky addition to the killer interview questions collection: list six things that make you nervous.