13 Funny Job Interviews… LOL At How He Answers Samsung’s Question.
Every day we visit or use companies that serve the public. Some of those experiences are positive and some aren’t. Some of those companies also have commercials that are memorable but not always for the right reasons. Stemming from all of those things combined, each company has its own stereotype that the public associates with them.
If you visit a certain company often and find that you get the same type of crap service every time you visit, or no matter what location you visit, you come to expect it on future visits. McDonald’s is a good example of that. Once known for serving the public some of the best french fries in the business, you are now hard pressed to find a location that still does. When you go in (or up to the drive thru window) you expect to get bad, soggy fries now. Another example is Starbucks. They ask you for your name to write it on your cup, but most times the hand writing on the cup is so bad nobody can read it. The people behind the counter must then go through the process of figuring out which cup belongs to which person. What’s the point of writing the name on it in the first place?
We often make jokes about these types of experiences and the Bright Side did also recently. When we tell our friends about our experiences, what always comes up in a conversation is what can the hiring requirements be for certain companies? It’s a fun thing to joke about and here are some funny stereotype hiring methods for some companies that we deal with quite often.
You know those friends that hashtag everything? Here is how their interview with Instagram might go should they apply. Talk the language and you're a shoe in! #GotTheJob!
One of the requirements to get hired at Starbucks has to be having horrible handwriting!
Working at McDonald's doesn't take a genius but if you know a few languages it would certainly help things along. A person having this quality would be hired immediately. They can learn how to screw up the fries next week.
The post office has long been known to lose track of anything important that you might be expecting. If you are one of those people that lose everything constantly they would hire you on in a heartbeat!
Anyone that watches television has seen some of the truly stupid commercials that Old Spice puts on the air. Most people that breath fresh air could do a better job in those commercials than those the company uses.
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