Top 50 Google Interview Questions (Example Answers Included)

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By Mike Simpson UPDATED 6/22/2022 Every year, Google receives about 3 million applications. That’s only a little less than the entire population of Silicon Valley, which comes in just below 3.1 million. Plus, only about 0.2 percent of those applicants are hired. Now, 0.2 percent of 3 million is 6,000 people, so that’s a ton…

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How To Answer: What is Your Greatest Weakness? (Sample Answers Included)

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By Mike Simpson UPDATED 6/21/2022 Let’s pretend you’re in an interview, and as far as you can tell, it’s going great. You’ve nailed every question the hiring manager has thrown at you, and you’re feeling good. Then, they drop a bomb on you: “So, tell me, what is your greatest weakness?” In many ways, talking…

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How To Answer Why Should We Hire You? – [15 Sample Answers Included]

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By Mike Simpson UPDATED 6/21/2022 Few questions make a job seeker feel like they’ve been put on the spot quite like, “Why should we hire you?” No matter how skilled you are or how qualified for the job you happen to be, it feels like one of the dastardliest questions around. Even strong candidates may…

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How To Answer Why Are You Interested In This Position? (Sample Answers Included)

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By Mike Simpson UPDATED 6/21/2022 When you’re applying for a job, you likely have a few reasons why you’ve decided to pursue the opportunity. However, that doesn’t mean you always know how to answer “Why are you interested in this position?” when the hiring manager asks. In some cases, it’s because your motivations aren’t something…

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19 Best Jobs For 12-Year-Olds That Pay

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By Jeff Gillis For many adults, the idea of working as a 12-year-old might seem odd. However, jobs for 12-year-olds can give a tween more than a bit of cash; it can teach them about responsibility, accountability, dedication, and so much more. Figuring out how to make money as a 12-year-old is a bit tricky.…

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Where Do You See Yourself In 10 Years? (Example Answers Included)

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By Mike Simpson Where do you see yourself in 10 years? It’s one of those interview questions that seems so simple on the surface but is actually incredibly hard to answer. After all, no one can predict the future 100 percent accurately, right? So, how are you supposed to come up with an awesome response?…

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Top 15 High Paying Certificate Jobs

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By Jeff Gillis Not everyone wants to spend four years in college to launch their career. However, that doesn’t mean they want to completely sacrifice their earning potential either. Luckily, some of the highest-paying certificate jobs are here to fill that gap. While certificate programs are education beyond high school, they don’t take nearly as…

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How To Write A Letter Of Introduction For Job Seekers (Samples Included)

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By Jeff Gillis UPDATED 6/14/2022 For many job seekers, nothing’s more frustrating than the words, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” What if you don’t know anyone? Perhaps you’ve moved to a new city, switched industries, or simply didn’t recognize the importance of networking until recently. How can talented individuals in this…

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Top 10 Good Excuses to Call Out of Work on Short Notice

By Mike Simpson Many professionals hesitate not to go to work, especially if the decision is relatively last minute. While leaving your employer understaffed isn’t ideal, it’s crucial to recognize there are good excuses to call out of work on short notice. In some cases, not calling in could be a health or safety issue…

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Top 50 Internship Interview Questions (Example Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson UPDATED 6/13/2022 Everyone knows that the best way to get the job of your dreams is to have a resume that highlights and showcases relevant experience. And for college students, the simplest way to get some much-needed experience is with an internship. Like any other job, you’ll face off against internship interview…

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