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Do Tell: If You Were Being Interviewed


I've been reading a lot of interviews lately, and it's interesting to notice the ways in which the questions and the answers are managed. For good reasons, celebrity curiosity is indulged, but a certain measure of privacy is maintained. Which got me thinking: if we were constantly being interviewed for television and magazines, what would we consider an intrusion? How far would be too far?

Do tell, ladies, what interview question would you be unwilling to answer?



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Marci Marci 8 years
I'm sure there's a long list of questions I'd be uncomfortable with. But religion and politics would definitely be among them.
andaman andaman 8 years
My sex life !
lecky1217 lecky1217 8 years
i agree with everyone, i hate being asked personal questions esp. if the questions are being shot out one right after the other. a little off topic but last week i was supposed to dog sit for a woman at my mother's job. i'm asking questions about the dog, things i need to know and she had the nerve to ask me if i was a virgin and was i in love with my boyfriend. ??? i ended up not dog sitting for her.
a-gentle-rain a-gentle-rain 8 years
anything too personal. i wouldn't mind admitting to dating someone, but when the questions start digging deeper and go into personal business with the guy, im gonna answer. People don't want to read about that anyway. Do they?
MuppetsForDinner MuppetsForDinner 8 years
If I'm unwilling to answer a question in an interview it would signify that I most likely DON'T want to work for this company. Questions that would put me off are anything sexual, about my personal life or about my views on touchy subjects like religion/abortion/etc -- just not appropriate (and illegal) in an interview. Thankfully I have never been asked anything like that. Since I worked in public relations, I was once asked if there were any issues or accounts that I would refuse to work on and what were they. I played it cool and said that as long as I was being ethical and honest I would be open to exploring all potential clients and issues.
rkdub rkdub 8 years
Hmmm.... anything about my personal life, relationship status tends to get on my nerves. I used to work in construction, which is a very chauvinistic industry anyway, and was constantly getting asked about my boyfriends, what they did for a living, etc. I want to feel like I am being interviewed about ME, not my boyfriend....
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