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Do you have a great interview story? We want to hear from you!
Do you have a great interview story? We want to
hear from you!
Confessions from an Interview
"On this one interview, for a small startup tech company,
the CEO's dog was present while I was interviewed. The dog
became especially interested in my leg. I kept shuffling and
moving to protect myself from the dog, but the dog just
wouldn't quit. The interviewer took no notice of the dog at
all. I tried to maintain my composure, but inside I was
silently panicking. How could the interviewer not see this?
Was this some sort of test of my concentration? I did my best
to ignore it and went on with the interview. It was the
strangest interview experience I'd ever had. Let me tell you,
being assaulted by the CEO's dog during the interview is
really not fun but it does make for a great interview
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