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Tricky interview question(s) – If you could work for any company, where would you work?

Interview question(s))that are designed to trick you. ( IF YOU COULD WORK FOR ANY COMPANY, WHERE WOULD YOU WORK? )….Why do they ask this? What makes it tricky? What response are they looking for?

Why do they ask this? Hiring managers want to ascertain how serious you are about working for them in particular, versus the competition, as well as your level of loyalty, Taylor says. “It also helps them weed out candidates who may veer from the core career. You may have heard that Google is a great place to work, but that off-road strategy would spell doom, as you’re being given the opportunity to theoretically work at your ‘dream job.’ The interviewer isn’t making conversation here, so stay focussed on the job at hand.”

What makes it tricky? You might get caught up in the casual flow of the discussion and inadvertently leak out some well-respected firms, but this is counterproductive and only instills some doubt about your objectives.

What are they seeking? “Your interviewer wants to know that you’re interviewing at your first company of choice.” A response to this might be, “Actually, I’ve been heavily researching target firms, and [your company] seems like the ideal fit for my credentials. It’s exciting to me that [your company] is doing XYZ in the industry, for example, and I’d like to contribute my part.”

SOURCE: Business Insider

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