"What's the most outrageous thing you have ever been asked in a job interview?" - Alvinology

“What’s the most outrageous thing you have ever been asked in a job interview?”

As most know LinkedIn is a professional networking site so the types of content that you and I read are of professional nature.

It can vary from industry specific articles to business related announcement to job opportunity and even asking for help.

Recently, BBC News asked for help on the subject of interview questions.

“What’s the most outrageous thing you’ve ever been asked in a job interview? What was your reaction?,” the post on their LinkedIn read.

The post received over 1,200 likes and over 1,000 comments like this gem here:

"What's the most outrageous thing you have ever been asked in a job interview?" - Alvinology

Here are 11 interesting responses, including the above:

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"What's the most outrageous thing you have ever been asked in a job interview?" - Alvinology

Are you in troll mode too to chime in?

Here’s the link to BBC News’ LinkedIn page. 

2 comments
  1. This post is hilarious! It is amusing how some people are smart enough to answer and still has a touch of humour with those questions. I think the human resource industry is experimenting from time to time with its recruitment and selection team. It is refreshing to read some of the questions which makes you think of its relevance in assessing applicants or a creation of balance in a situation full of serious questions and answers. Despite the humorous experiences of others, I still personally think that interviewers should really craft questions to test an applicant’s attitude and abilities based on the position applied for. Recruitment is crucial since it is a gatekeeper whether you open the doors of your company to those who are aspiring to be part of it.

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