By: Teri Bernstein
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Interviewing for a job means that you have your "foot in the door." You have made the "paper cut" and the employer is interested enough in you as a future employee to take the time to meet you. But a job interview can be more stressful than a first date. A person can do their homework on the company and have excellent qualifications, but might be get flummoxed when asked one of several tricky and tough interview questions--designed to put an interviewee on the spot. Here are a few from Forbes Magazine:
A few of the above questions shouldn't surprise anyone who is preparing for the interview process--experience solving problems or learning from mistakes is pretty standard interview fare. But some of the other questions can test for emotional intelligence and, without asking directly, for honesty.
Here are a few more tough questions, these from Onward Search:
And, especially if a person has been stretching the truth in the interview process, the really tough question to answer is: When was the last time you told a lie?
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