What is the secret to landing a job interview each time? Woman reveals her #1 question that she asks whenever applying for a job. She claims that it has had a 100% success ratio.
- Jennifer Reardon (26), is from Chicago, Illinois. She’s known on TikTok as @notjenneeree, where she gives advice to her 24,200 followers
- This week, the communications consultant and director has become a viral sensation after sharing “How to Kill Any Interview Ever”
- Reardon stated that she always asks at the end of interviews, “Are there any concerns that you have about me?”
- She You will notice that the interviewer has ‘concerns’. This gives you an opportunity to address them’ before leaving.
- Reardon claimed that she has been able to get the job every time she asked this question. Commenters also shared similar stories of success.
A woman has revealed the one question she always asks at the end of an interview to land a job — and others insist they’ve had similar success with her go-to move.
Jennifer Reardon, 26, is from Chicago, Illinois. @notjenneeree TikTok where she gives advice to her 242,000 followers. After sharing “How to Kill Any Interview Ever”, the communications consultant and director has become a viral sensation.
She stated that she has gotten every job she’s ever interviewed for.
Jennifer Reardon (26), from Chicago, Illinois has become viral on TikTok after she shared the question she uses to ‘kill all interviews ever’
According to the consultant and communications director, at the end of every interview, she will ask: “Are there any concerns that you have about me?
She continued, “Do your interview, be regular, whatever,”
‘Before After you’re done, you can ask your client the following question: “Are there any concerns that you have about me that you can address before you end?”
Reardon stated that this gives you an opportunity to resolve any questions your potential employer might have about hiring.
She said that they will have concerns, and it’s their time to address them. “And once they are done with their concerns, you will have zero worries and they will go away.” [call] You got the job.
She shared in the caption that she was inspired to share the tip after watching a video from her professor about the same thing.
Reardon stated that interviewers ‘will have concerns’. This gives you an opportunity to address their concerns’ before you go.
She stated, “Every job I have ever interviewed for, where it was this, I have gotten the job.”
Reardon’s video has been viewed more than 1.6 million times, and she shared in the comments that this was professional advice she got early on in her career
She wrote, “THIS IS MY SECRET TICK AND IT WORKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS,” “TRY IT IMMEDIATELY.
Reardon’s video has been viewed more that 1.6million times. Hundreds of viewers flock to the comments to leave their opinions.
‘I’ve done this every time and also always get the job,’ one person wrote. “What is it that sets me apart from the ideal candidate?”
Someone else shared: ‘I did something along the lines of that in an interview and the interviewer said, “Wow, that’s a fantastic question. I’ve never heard that before.”‘
‘I say, what reservations do I have about my ability to fulfill this role? HIRED!!’ Another added.
Many commenters claimed that they have gotten jobs by asking similar questions. Others said it could backfire on interviewers and make them feel uncomfortable.
Some people claimed that the question can backfire sometimes if the interviewer feels pressured.
‘I’ve done this twice. One time it ended in disaster and it was embarrassing, and the second time it worked out well and I got the job,” a TikTok user said.
‘I interview people. I had this done to me by someone. [and] It was a major turnoff. It places your interviewer in a awkward situation,’ explained another.
Another person argued that the question “shows inexperience” and is “just a TikTok Trend,” but Reardon pointed out that this was professional advice she received early in her career.
She responded, “I’ve done this for years,” “A manager taught me this trick when I was a student intern at college, and I have been practicing it ever since.”