Watch Our Interview Question Hangout Monday

The Internship

Have you entered our interview question contest?

Remember that on Monday, we’re hosting a Google Hangout where a panel of career experts will answer your interview questions. It’s all to celebrate the movie The Internship (and, of course, tech careers).

Do you have an interview question you’d like an answer for? Whether they’re challenging, weird, funny or whatever, we want to hear them. And by sending one in, you’re entered in our interview question contest.

You can watch our hangout live right here on Dice News on Monday, Nov. 4, starting at 12:30 ET/9:30 PT. Just go to

Our panel includes:

  • John Sumser (moderator) – HR Industry Analyst and Author
  • Jeremy Langhans – Tech Recruiting Expert
  • Dawn Rasmussen – Career Expert
  • Justin Hall – Startup Expert

If you haven’t submitted a question, there’s still time. Remember if you do: Ten randomly selected winners will receive an Internship Blu-ray Combo Pack and a $50 Amazon gift card.

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Think of a challenging, weird or funny interview question.
  2. Enter the interview question in the comments section of this post before 11:59 on Nov. 3.
  3. Be sure to use your real name and email so we can contact you if you’re chosen.
  4. Read other comments.
  5. Laugh.
  6. Repeat 4-6.
  7. Mark your calendar for 12:30 PM ET/9:30 AM PT Nov. 4 to watch the Hangout.

Yes, in case you were wondering: This contest is subject to certain terms and conditions. Please read about them here.


  1. BY Rafik Kocharians says:

    How would you deal with a boss who doesn’t know what he wants you to do ?

  2. BY deepak says:

    A candidate has 6 years gap after his graduation(bachelor in computer science ) what would he do?

  3. BY Gaurav Virkud says:

    How do you deal with harassment instigated by your boss, not at your workplace but at the place where you live your life (apt., workout and socialize)?

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