11 Odd Interview Question of 2011

Most anxiety part of any job is the interview,i think people who are fed up of giving it they know it very well…Because Today’s savvy employers have moved beyond the archetypal “Tell me where you see yourself in five years” kind of query to more sophisticated and even quirky questions that can help them quickly discern whether a candidate is the right person for the job and the organization. By seeing that Glassdoor, an online jobs and career forum, has compiled its annual list of Top 11 Oddball Interview Questions based on the tens of thousands of submissions from job candidates during the past year. Have a look at it and Be prepared…..

11 Odd Interview Question of 2011

Ques 1.  Asked at Google Inc., Vendor Relations Manager candidate.

How many people are using Facebook in San Francisco at 2:30 p.m. on a Friday?

Ques 2. Asked at Acosta Sales & Marketing, leadership development program associate candidate.

Just entertain me for five minutes; I’m not going to talk.

Ques 3. Asked at Hewlett-Packard Co., product marketing manager candidate.

If Germans were the tallest people in the world, how would you prove it?

Ques 4. Asked at Qualcomm Inc., engineering candidate.

Given 20 ‘destructible’ light bulbs (which break at a certain height), and a building with 100 floors, how do you determine the height that the light bulbs break?

Ques 5. Asked at Trader Joe’s (grocery chain), team member candidate.

What do you think of garden gnomes?

Ques 6. Asked at the Advisory Board Co., strategic marketing associate candidate.

Is your college GPA reflective of your potential?

Ques 7. Asked at Deloitte, analyst candidate.

Would Mahatma Gandhi have made a good software engineer?

Ques 8. Asked at Amazon.com, software developer candidate.

How would you cure world hunger?

Ques 9. Asked at Pinkberry Inc. (yogurt chain), shift lead candidate.

Room, desk and car — which do you clean first?

Ques 10. Asked at Ernst & Young, tax analyst candidate.

Does life fascinate you?

Ques 11.  Asked at EMSI Engineering Inc., account manager candidate.

Please spell ‘diverticulitis.