25 Ridiculous Interview Questions You Need To Be Prepared For

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Although there are no “correct” answers, wacky interview questions are supposed to reveal your ability to think on your feet.As competition for coveted jobs become more intense, you need to be prepared in case you’re asked any mind-numbing teasers during the elimination process.

Glassdoor compiled the wackiest interview questions asked in the past year to “help job seekers prepare for challenging or unexpected questions that may arise during an interview.”

Asked by Forrester Research for a Research Associate candidate.

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Asked by Google for a local data quality evaluator candidate.

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Asked by Clark Construction Group for a office engineer candidate

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Asked by Dell for a consumer sales candidate.

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Asked by Amazon for a product development candidate.

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Asked by Gallup for an associate analyst candidate.

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Asked by Marriott for a front desk associate candidate.

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Asked by BenefitsCONNECT for an Office Manager candidate.

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Asked by MasterCard for a call centre candidate.

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Asked by Trader Joe's for a crew candidate.

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Asked by Novell for a software engineer candidate.

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Asked by Astron Consulting for a office manager candidate.

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Asked by Pricewaterhouse Coopers for an advisory associate candidate.

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Asked by Accenture for a business analyst candidate.

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Asked by Bain & Company for an associate consultant candidate.

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Asked by LivingSocial for an adventures city manager candidate.

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Asked by Bank of America for a software developer candidate

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Asked by Jiffy Software for a software architect candidate.

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Asked by Urban Outfitters for a sales associate candidate.

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Asked at Bandwidth.com for a marketer candidate.

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Asked by Kimberly-Clark for a biomedical engineer candidate.

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Asked by Kraft Foods for a general laborer candidate

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Asked by Salesforce.com for a sales representative candidate.

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Asked by PETCO for an analyst candidate.

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