If you want to work for Airbnb, get ready to answer these 23 ridiculous interview questions

Airbnb is one of the most valuable private tech companies in the world.

If you want to work there, you might have to answer some tricky questions first.

Using Glassdoor’s information on Airbnb, we’ve compiled some of the most ridiculous questions that people say they have been asked while interviewing for the company.

No matter if you’re looking for a customer service job or a more technical position, Airbnb’s interview questions will give you a run for your money.

'If you had to teach or give a TED talk, what subject would you talk about?' - Customer Experience Specialist candidate

'What would you say at Airbnb's funeral?' - Marketing candidate

'What position am I interviewing you for?' - Engineer candidate

'What do you do if a guest is kicked out by a host and need to retrieve her belongings?' - Trust and Safety Manager candidate

'If you could pick one public person to embody who you stand for, who would that be?' - Junior Account Executive candidate

'When you walk into a room, what would be your theme song?' - Marketing candidate

A woman checks her smartphone as she walks past the U.S. Capitol in Washington December 4, 2014.

'What would you write on the tombstone of the current hotel industry?' - IT candidate

Crosses stand at the American Cemetery and Memorial at Colleville-sur-Mer in Normandy, October 11, 2009.

Now see what they will ask you when you interview at another hugely valuable tech company...

Travis Kalanick, chief executive officer of Uber Technologies Inc., speaks during the Institute of Directors (IOD) annual convention at the Royal Albert Hall in London, U.K., on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014.

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