Good, interesting post by George Bradt at Forbes, who argues that all interview exchanges answer one of three questions:
The only three true job interview questions are:
1. Can you do the job? [Strengths]
2. Will you love the job? [Motivation]
3. Can we tolerate working with you? [Fit]
…every question, however it is phrased, is just a variation on one of these topics: Strengths, Motivation, and Fit.
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