Now that Glassdoor has identified the Best Jobs in America and the Best Jobs in the UK for 2015, we’re excited to unveil some of the toughest and most bizarre questions job seekers could face when interviewing for these top jobs or any job this year.
The message – be ready for any question during today’s challenging interview process for any job.
New This Year: Challenging and unexpected questions are being asked in job interviews all over the world. No matter where your interview is, Glassdoor wants to help, so we’re revealing some of the toughest questions job candidates are being asked in the U.S., along with the UK, Canada, France and Germany.
Here’s just a sample of some of the toughest interview questions being asked around the world:
- “What would you do if you were the one survivor in a plane crash?” – Airbnb Trust and Safety Investigator job candidate (Portland, OR). More Airbnb interview questions.
- “Can you calculate how many tennis balls are used during the course of Wimbledon?” – Accenture Analyst job candidate (London, England). More Accenture interview questions.
- “If you could high five one person, living or not, who would it be?” – Lululemon Retail Educator job candidate (Toronto, ON). More Lululemon interview questions.
See all five Glassdoor lists of the Top 10 Oddball Interview Questions for 2015 by country:
Job candidates should be ready to take on any question during an interview, so Glassdoor has also compiled a list of some of the Most Common Interview Questions.
Have you been asked an odd or challenging interview question? Share the interview question with others.