The Worst Questions Wall Street Hiring Managers Ask
Below is an excerpt from a eFinancialCareers article. This article shares some of the worst questions that hiring managers on Wall Street ask, as well as advice on how to reply to these questions.
“Most managers are looking to solve a problem and don’t want to bash the potential solution with questions designed to have people fail,” said Peter Laughter, CEO of Wall Street Services. “If candidates get questions that are off topic, it is important to identify the concern behind the question and speak to that concern.”
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