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How to Be Ready for Awkward Interview Questions

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Let’s dive in starting with the worst one.

1. “What are some of your weaknesses?”

Don’t be cocky and say that you don’t have any or that none come to mind. Choose something that can be perceived as a weakness, but when you explain it, end it on a positive note.




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Leigh Fisher

Leigh Fisher

Writer and poet from Neptune. Instructional designer in NYC. Grad student at @NYUTandon studying Integrated Digital Media.

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