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50 most probable questions you will be asked in your next interview (world standard)

Most people's (especially fresh graduates) biggest job-hunting fear is being put on the spot by oddball interview questions such as these (which are real): "Describe the color yellow to someone who's blind." (like seriously? been trying to answer this all night long and i still have not gotten a good answer)- Spirit Airlines "Who would win in a fight between Spiderman and Batman?" - Stanford University Offbeat questions are nearly impossible to prepare for, and they don't achieve the interviewer's objective--to test out-of-the-box thinking and the ability to perform under pressure. That's the bad news, interviewers in the past used these sort of questions to make job hunters uncomfortable or feel incapable.  The good news is that companies are moving away from them. Recent research shows these questions do little more than boost the interviewer's confidence. Even companies famous for oddball questions are abandoning them. In the words of Laszlo …

The Power of Strong Positive Bonds. Part one.

At one time in our lives, we have heard a particular verse of the Bible in Amos 3:3, "that two cannot work together except they agree". These people can be working for something negative or positive, our emphasis is on the positive. Every time I read or remember the relationship between David and Jonathan, I learn. I learn that for people to step into another level of their lives, they need the right people around them. In life, there are different types of people, with different personalities, different experiences, different backgrounds, and these circumstances whether negative or positive that form the person or adults that we eventually become. Every person has passed through situations, but the way we handle it will tell how we will eventually be. So in life, we need to work with people who are not perfect, but who have the strength and capacity to bring something to pass, who think like we do, are passionate about something like we are. Allies and relationships are ver…