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Anonymous asked: As a professional recruiter and interviewer for Google, I would advise against the point made re : what to say at the end of an interviewer. That particular question and wording comes across as brash and pushy. I would not hire that person.
Both sides of the coin, friends.
…Google, you say? You folks are known for quitethe interview process. You would know.
Anonymous asked: Bananas superficial, I know...but do you have any regimen for keeping your teeth so white? You have an amazing smile, definitely one of your best features no matter your outfit/look of the day! Sincerely, a Lady Reader-Fan
Eight years of orthodontics, then knock your teeth out, file them down with an industrial file on picture day, knock them out again, and then knock them out ONE MORE TIME, and then once most of your visible teeth have been moved and/or replaced, take all your photos with a very strong flash.
Anonymous asked: Bold Moves advice for your readers: At the end of a job interview, ask the bold question "So do you have any hesitations about hiring me or doubts about my success in this position?" It shows your interviewer that you are confident enough to deal with criticism and also gives you a chance to further explain anything that they might have questions about. Just did it in a job interview for my dream job on Friday and got a verbal job offer today!
Oh, congrats on the offer! Huzzah! Bold Moves all year.
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