Julie Zhuo, VP of product design at Facebook, uses this go-to interview to test how well candidates respond to challenges.
Here's how large companies separate the wheat from the chaff.
"Applicant said he worked at Microsoft, but then had no idea who Bill Gates was."
From where you dart your eyes to the tone of your voice, these little actions never go unnoticed.
You'll be amazing by where the conversation goes.
Just submitting applications online isn't enough.
No. 1: They cyberstalk as much as they can.
According to Microsoft's new report, there will be a major shortage of these skills by 2021.
Put your best foot forward, even when the questions are out of line.
Be honest in your answer even if it could cost you a job offer.
Here's what to say to make the right impression.
These questions test for integrity and teamwork.
"There is a sphere of knowledge for which that question is trivial," says astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The questions you ask a hiring manager are more important than sending a thank-you note afterwards.
Tailor your resume to take advantage of the algorithms that reject and choose candidates.
Ghosting by job applicants may be growing, yet it’s still more likely to be employers who give the silent treatment.
Just a quarter of entry-level job applicants typically sent a thank-you note after completing a job interview.