Here's How To Answer A Job Interview Question When You Don't Know The Answer

Here's How To Answer A Job Interview Question When You Don't Know The Answer

If you saw our first video, you might have heard about the interview situation one of our viewers, Remi submitted. He was in an interview and was asked the question: How many cows are there in Canada right now? - What a weird question but this is a technique that some hiring managers are using these days.


Remi didn't know how to answer the question, so he fumbled through a response and became flustered. This continued through out the rest of the interview and he thinks that he blew his chances of landing the job. You can check out the follow story here.

Watch the video below to find out what to do in this awkward situation!


Asked a Question During an Interview & I Didn't Know The Answer [Part 2]youtu.be


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