If You Want To Work For Twitter, You’d Better Be Able To Answer These Questions
Wouldn’t it be great to work at Twitter?
It’s the way many of us get news, and its simple design allows users to each utilize the platform the way they see fit for their lives.
The interview process for Twitter involves some challenging questions.
We looked through Glassdoor’s massive index of user-submitted interview questions for prospective employees to find the most thought-provoking ones asked at Twitter.
See how many you can answer!
“Pick any topic you want: a hobby you have, a book you’ve read, a project you worked on–anything. You have five minutes to explain it.”
“Discuss a brand that you feel does good marketing vs. a brand that does bad marketing.”
“What excites you about Twitter: the brand?”
“What would you do if a teammate insisted on going against your advice?”
“What do you bring to the table?”
“How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?”
“Why SHOULDN’T we hire you?”
“What is your favorite meme?”
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“What do you like to do in your free time?”
“Do you feel this is a step back in your career?”
“Would you ever relocate for this job?”
“What is the last movie you saw in theaters?”
“What is your five year plan?”
“What is something you are afraid of?”
“How does Twitter need to adapt in order to stay relevant?”
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