Reasons to Hate Group Interviews
**I got the job though**
- •There's no small talkYou basically get one comment each on a topic of your choosing before the next candidate chimes in and monopolizes the conversation.
- •Everyone is trying to establish themselves as the funny oneI'm now here to play that game.
- •It is no longer like you are saying "I'm better than the other (anonymous) candidates for this position" like a normal interviewInstead, you're competing with a very nice girl named Gabby and shitting on her responses. She says "I've worked as a wedding planner for about 2 years so I have experience in the events industry!" Oh yea, Gab? "Well I've worked on set for Seth Meyers and have 3, count them, 3 years experience." You're just oscillating one-uppery for 45 minutes.
- •It's best to be the last person in the group to answerYou just build off of what everybody else says and judge the interviewers reactions.
- •It sucks to be the last person to answer"Yea...what she said"
- •Everyone is simultaneously the best and worst versions of themselvesI know how hard it is to get jobs in entertainment so on any other day I would wish these strangers the best, but today I am hoping they come into contact with anthrax or accidentally sext the owner of the company.
- •You look like a brown noser"Here's a copy of my resume and an evaluation from my last employer.....oh I'm sorry...the rest of you didn't think to bring to bring your own copies? Bless your heart."