Shana Lebowitz, provided by Published 12:19 pm CST, Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Here are some of the toughest questions a flight-attendant candidate might be asked in the selection process. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) Here are some of the toughest questions a flight-attendant candidate might be asked in the selection process. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) Image 1 of / 33 Caption Close Image 1 of 33 Here are some of the toughest questions a flight-attendant candidate might be asked in the selection process. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) Here are some of the toughest questions a flight-attendant candidate might be asked in the selection process. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist has a simple question for job candidates to turn the tables on their interviewer 1 / 33 Back to Gallery Steve Debenport/Getty Images Among the more impressive interview … [Read more...] about A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist has a simple question for job candidates to turn the tables on their interviewer
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opinion Brian Dickerson Detroit Free Press Published 1:37 PM EDT Sep 16, 2018 It's a Sunday afternoon, and you're folding laundry (or watching the game, or talking to your sister on the phone) when the doorbell rings. It's another candidate for political office, seeking your vote. OK, OK, you mutter, I get it: You're a shoe-leather gal, a go-getter, taking no vote for granted. … Good for you! Now leave me your stupid flyer, and go away. You stand motionless in the kitchen, hoping the dog doesn't wake up, listening for the sound of a campaign brochure being rubber-banded to your doorknob. Then, the sound of footsteps retreating down your front walk. Gone? Thank God! But wait a minute: Let's think about this. More: Is your suburban school's water safe? Probably. But you should ask. | Opinion More: A cheat sheet for parents: Questions to ask as kids go back to school That could be your next county commissioner, your next state … [Read more...] about What to ask the candidate at your door
MONEY 08/06/2018 07:23 pm ET Make sure you stand out when you're asked, "Do you have any questions?" By Casey Bond No matter how prepared you are, a job interview is a nerve-wracking experience. You have to answer a torrent of questions on the spot and sell yourself to a hiring manager — sometimes even a room full of strangers. And when it comes time for you to do the asking, will you be ready? These days, it’s pretty standard for an interviewer to conclude by asking if you have any questions about the job. And what you ask can make or break your chances. We talked to recruiters, hiring managers and people who landed jobs for the best questions to ask if you want to impress the interviewer and glean important information about your potential new gig. 1. What made you choose my resume for an interview? “As someone who has been hiring interns and junior staff for the past 10 years, the most memorable question I had a candidate ask me was this … [Read more...] about 11 Impressive Questions To Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview
Four tips you can use to ace your next interview. Matthew McCreary Published 12:30 pm, Monday, June 4, 2018 Photo: Jim Watson | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Jim Watson | Getty Images How to Answer Interview Questions Like Donald Trump and Barack Obama 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Sometimes, the interview process can feel like a series of 20 questions, where strangers keep digging at uncomfortable experiences or try to trip you up. Even if your interviewers seem impressed with your answers, there’s sometimes no way to tell whether they are just being nice or whether you’re actually separating yourself from the other candidates. The only thing you can really do is prepare and hope for the best. Some people choose to prepare by practicing common interview questions. Your answer … [Read more...] about How to Answer Interview Questions Like Donald Trump and Barack Obama
Is there something you want to ask Idaho’s gubernatorial candidates?The Idaho State Journal and Post Register will be interviewing the main candidates for governor from the Republican and Democratic parties and is looking for questions to ask them from the public. × Story continues below video The interviews will be taking place during the next two weeks so please get your questions to us soon. We’ll be talking to GOP candidates Lt. Gov. Brad Little, Congressman Raul Labrador and Boise businessman Tommy Ahlquist and Democratic contenders A.J. Balukoff, a Boise businessman, and Paulette Jordan, a former state lawmaker.We won’t be endorsing any of the candidates, but we will be writing an editorial presenting the candidates’ views on a variety of issues.In order to craft that editorial, we are giving Eastern Idahoans the opportunity to provide us with their questions for the candidates.So if you have a burning issue that you’d like to get the … [Read more...] about Got questions for gubernatorial candidates?