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While some interview questions can be very easy to answer, others can completely throw you off your game. There are the creative and seemingly pointless questions like, "What kind of car would you be if you could be one?" or even the random informational questions like, "How many hotels are there in the U.S.?" Yes, these questions are not only hard, but they don't have anything to do with the position you're applying for... Or do they. In a recent interview with AOL Jobs, J.T. O'Donnell explains why employers throw these curve ball questions and how you can hit them out of the park. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ► Interview question image from Shutterstock
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