Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Career Talks with Google Executives: How to be a successful job interviewee!


Yasmin Green

 
Green, who recently attended Marie Claire's Power Trip summit — a women's networking event sponsored by Dell, Intel, JetBlue, Shiseido, Tacori, and W Hotels — says that there's one question she likes to ask every job candidate she interviews: "How would you make money from an ice-cream stand in Central Park?"


Liz Wessel"I'm curious to see how people deal with
ambiguity and whether they can have fun while thinking on their feet," she says.
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  A former Googler who is now CEO of her own startup shares the one trait she looks for in every job candidate she interviews
When you are hiring employees for a fast-growing startup, you need smart and humble people, says Liz Wessel, the CEO and cofounder of WayUp. "You want people who are willing to get scrappy, pick up new tools, and execute quickly."
That's why the one thing she looks for in every job candidate she interviews for WayUp, a site used by hundreds of thousands of college students to find jobs at places like Microsoft, Uber, Disney, and Google, where Wessel previously worked, is willingness and desire to learn. Read More>>>

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