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WORKING: What Superhero Would You Be?

March 3, 2012 11:08am (EST)
(Photo Courtesy of Noel Abejo via stock.xchng.)
(Photo Courtesy of Noel Abejo via stock.xchng.)

Job interviews usually include questions like “Tell me a time when you faced a significant obstacle and how you overcame it,” or “Describe a time when you led a team.”

But some companies are flipping the script and asking questions that seem to have no bearing at all on your potential employment.

“If you could be a superhero, who would you be?”

“Who should play you in the Hollywood movie of your life?”

What companies are really after with these questions and the strategy for answering them is on this week’s Working on GPB Radio.

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