US Woman Accidentally Sends Clip of Herself Mocking Interview Questions to Hiring Company

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For the virtual interview she needed to answer a question and send it to the company as a recording. (Credit: YouTube / @doobiedukesims)

Challen Martinez described the interview questions as the “most cheesy” and “stupid” questions she had ever heard in her life.

Bad interview experiences are not uncommon and many of you may have turned up for an interview that did not go well as planned. From being late for your interview session to not being able to answer questions correctly or in improper attire, there are many ways for you to fool the interviewer. However, a woman in the US has created a lifelong memory of an interview in a way that none of you could have imagined. She accidentally sent embarrassing footage to her potential employer mocking interview questions. She has now posted the same video on her TikTok account so that everyone can witness her stupidity.

Chelan Martinez applied for a flight attendant position at Skywest Airlines. For the virtual interview she needed to answer a question and send it to the company as a recording. However, Chellen called a friend to help her answer the question, unaware that the camera had already begun to roll. To make matters worse, she had to submit that very recording because other attempts were not allowed. The video was later circulated on other social media platforms.

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On a voice call with her friend, she described the interview question as the “stupidest” and “stupidest” question she had ever heard in her life. She was asked to comment on Skywest’s company culture and how it resonates with her. Since she had no clue what was being recorded, she added, ‘We were just talking about mission statements at work – you know what every company’s mission statement is like? Anyway, at least I didn’t go down without explaining myself first.

Soon, she realized that the video was being recorded and she said ‘Oh no’ with a worried look on her face. She further stated that she was “sorry” and was unaware that the recording had already begun. She shared a clip with the caption ‘Definitely not getting a job. Sorry, Skywest ‘. Later in a follow-up video, she also said that her current employer had seen the video and found out that she was looking for a job change.

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