Labor Market (I)
Facts, figures and a dash of humor.
Brain teasers are used in job interviews to assess creativity, logical thinking and the ability to cope with stress. The correct solution is less important than the way candidates approach a problem and how they solve it. But what is really being tested? “Brainteasers are a complete waste of time,” a representative from Google told The New York Times. “They don’t predict anything. They serve primarily to make the interviewer feel smart.” An example: You have two buckets – one holds five liters, the other holds three. How do you measure four liters?
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