The Worst Interview Questions

Nov 28,
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This article examines some of the worst questions that an employer can ask during a job interview. These include asking about an applicant's age, religious beliefs, political views, marital status and sexual orientation. It also suggests avoiding questions that could be misconstrued or those that invite a one-word answer. Other tips include asking the same questions to every applicant, allowing applicants to elaborate when responding and making sure that a question could be relevant to the job.