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27 jobs with the hardest interview questions

 [This article was originally published on TechRepublic.com on February 23, 2017 by Alison DeNisco.]  27 jobs with the hardest interview questions Tech companies have long asked job candidates difficult, brain teasing interview questions. Here are some recent questions candidates were asked at Uber, Facebook, Twitter, and others. By Alison DeNisco | February 23, 2017, 5:21 AM PST

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How in the Heck are You Going to Recruit?

Recruiting sucks if you don’t know what you’re doing. It’s like aiming for a bulls-eye in the dark. Instead of thinking that you can use luck to hire good employees, learn to recruit! This is one of the videos included in the Secrets to Successful Staffing series I offer in my Services page – You

6 Interview Warning Signs That Tell You NOT to Hire Someone

[This article was originally published on Recruiter.com on January 24, 2017.] What is the hardest thing about being a small business owner? For many, the answer is hiring. In fact, according to the nonprofit association SCORE, 42 percent of small business owners in 2015 said their biggest challenge was hiring new employees. The problem isn’t

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Communication during the interview

Communication is really important. Go to any expensive seminar, do a company retreat, or take classes and you can learn a lot about communication. It’s not a new thing – people have been trying to figure how to get their points across for centuries. The problem is that we all process information differently, so it’s

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