Twitter’s ‘honest interview’ trend examines frequently asked questions to job seekers
From your posture to your attire, everything is taken into account when your future employer has an interview. But the most important part of the interview is how intelligently you answer the questions posed by the panel. While companies typically ask questions about the job profile a person has applied for, some common questions are asked everywhere. “Why should we hire you?” is the most common.
People come up with repeated answers to this question, through which they highlight their abilities, commitment to work, experience, etc. But deep down, they would all like to say, “Hire me because my wallet is empty.” We don’t know how good the interview would be if people actually started giving honest answers in their job interviews. There is no doubt that many people are hired based on the unique responses they give. This is probably the reason internet users have thrown a memes party on Twitter.
Following the trend of honest interviews, people are sharing their “untold” answers to these job interview questions. To call these posts funny or hilarious would be an understatement. It is also possible that you end up being linked to some of the tweets.
Let’s start with the sales work, which required a lot of travel. One of the users said the interviewer asked, “This sales job would require you to travel a lot, would that be good?” And his honest review would be, “Yes, I’ve already created a YouTube channel.”
Interviewer: This sales job would require you to travel a lot, would that be okay? Me: Yes, I already made a youtube channel#Honest Interview
– Bawaal (@iamBawaal) 10 October 2021
Another wrote that when her potential employer asked her about her dream job, the answer would be, “In my dream, I’m not working. “
Interviewer: What is your dream job? Me: I don’t have a dream job I just want to do what pays the most #interview honest
– Chai Kadak (@Chai_n_love) 10 October 2021
During interviews, we try to sell ourselves by highlighting all our expertise, specializations and other essential qualities in an employee. One of the users of the microblogging site revealed very precisely the inner feeling of HR when an interviewee brags about himself.
Check out some more honest interview tweets:
Which of these was most relevant to you?