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What? Asked A Question During an Interview & I Didn't Know The Answer!

In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", we want to know what you would do if you were asked a question in a job interview and you didn't know the answer!

We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer!

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Asked a Question During an Interview & I Didn't Know The Answer [Part 1] youtu.be


A: Laugh It Off, Thinking It Was A Joke.

B: Explain That You're Not Really Sure How To Answer The Question But You'd Be Happy To Follow Up After Doing Your Research.

C: Smirk, But Take Some Time To Consider The Question And Confidently Answer It As Best As You Can.

D: Ask Why The Question Is Relevant To The Job.

Performance reviews can stir a mixed amount of emotions among professionals. For some, it's an exciting time to discuss accomplishments and get patted on the back. For others, it's a nerve-wracking time where shortcomings are discussed, and some employees question their abilities.

It's important, however, to keep emotions in check. Performance reviews are an opportunity to grow as an employee and should be embraced. Here are some tips for preparing and executing a successful performance review.

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