I saw a post about this guy who hates interviewing millennials. Not sure if he was trolling or not, but he brings up some good points. So I was just curious - most interviews consist of "behavioral" and "technical" questions. With all of the forums/guides/threads out there, it's very likely that someone could just have a very basic idea of what's going on, and regurgitate an answer they memorized in the guide. And as for behaviorals, as long as you can bullsh*t your way through a STAR question, you'll probably be in good shape - and a lot of stories are kind of difficult to tell if they're 100% legitimate or embellished at all. So to anyone who has interviewed, or to any interviewer - what % of responses would you say the applicant gave that you knew was entirely true?
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