The gigs at top tech companies are notoriously competitive. Tales of free food, company swag, and decked out offices draw applicants from top universities and companies around the world.
Using Glassdoor’s interview review section, we’ve picked out of the toughest (and weirdest) interview questions asked of applicants for jobs at Google, Microsoft, and Twitter.
We hope you never encounter these, but study up — you never know what your next job might hold.
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You come to work and it's your first day. There is no one in the office expect for a few interns, but nobody is there to tell you what to do. What will you do?
Job: Account executive and sales solution professional
Job: Principal program manager
Every city has a calendar with different holiday periods. You may travel to another city only on the weekends. What is the maximum days of holidays that you can get in a year?
Job: Software engineer
How will you tell your manager that you have to bring your pet dog to work because no one takes care of it, taking into account one of your colleagues has a dog allergy?
You have a law degree, why are you interested in legal policy when this will not lead you to a position on the legal team?
Job: Legal policy associate