Woman has one question she asks at every interview - and it always gets her the job

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A TikTok user has gone viral for sharing a tip which has brought her success at every job interview she's used it in.

Job interviews are one of the most nerve-wracking, anxiety inducing experiences a person can endure, so to have a solid gold tip like this is something jobseekers are not taking lightly, watching the video in their millions.

TikTok user Jennifer Reardon - who goes by @notjenneeree on the social media platform, has shared the one question she has used at previous job interviews, with a 100 percent success rate.

And if it worked this well for her, there's no harm in trying it out in your next interview, too.

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The question relates to dispelling any fears or concerns interviewers may have about you after going through the interview process. This is done when you are asked at the end of the interview if you have any questions for your potential new employers.

Urging interviewees to "do your interview, be normal" and not change anything about their usual approach to the process, Jennifer then reveals the question you need to be asking.


"Before you're done, the last question you're going to ask them is something along the lines of, 'Are there any concerns that you have about me that we can address before we end?'

"You guys, they will have concerns, and then that's your time to address them and then once you're done addressing them they'll have no concerns."

The influencer has amassed over 1.6 million followers on her main TikTok account as well as 32.4 million likes (the video in question appears to come from her private account) and calls this tip her "secret trick", adding: "It works. Try it immediately".

However, not everyone has been convinced by Jenna's confident approach to her "secret trick".

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One user replied, "I've tried this, I just get weird looks, after followed by them saying something like, 'No we already asked you everything' in a sarcastic tone." Oh well. Can't win them all.

Another user was more positive, though, commenting: "I say: what reservations do you have about my abilities to perform this role? HIRED!!"

Now, call us old fashioned, but we believe the best interview technique is to interview in pairs, dressed in tuxedos, just like Brennan Huff and Dale Doback in Stepbrothers.


Now, while you could very well argue that Dale and Brennan did not, in fact, successfully land any of the jobs they interviewed for, their failure during this series of interviews led to them forming Prestige Worldwide and releasing Boats and Hoes which, let's face it, is better than landing any real job any day of the week.

Maybe just ignore the fact that they crashed Dale's dad's boat at the end of the video for that song, though. And even then, everything worked out in the end and they both got Chewbacca masks.

Featured Image Credit: Xavier Lorenzo/Getty

Woman has one question she asks at every interview - and it always gets her the job

vt-author-image

By VT

Article saved!Article saved!

A TikTok user has gone viral for sharing a tip which has brought her success at every job interview she's used it in.

Job interviews are one of the most nerve-wracking, anxiety inducing experiences a person can endure, so to have a solid gold tip like this is something jobseekers are not taking lightly, watching the video in their millions.

TikTok user Jennifer Reardon - who goes by @notjenneeree on the social media platform, has shared the one question she has used at previous job interviews, with a 100 percent success rate.

And if it worked this well for her, there's no harm in trying it out in your next interview, too.

Credit: Westend61/Getty

The question relates to dispelling any fears or concerns interviewers may have about you after going through the interview process. This is done when you are asked at the end of the interview if you have any questions for your potential new employers.

Urging interviewees to "do your interview, be normal" and not change anything about their usual approach to the process, Jennifer then reveals the question you need to be asking.


"Before you're done, the last question you're going to ask them is something along the lines of, 'Are there any concerns that you have about me that we can address before we end?'

"You guys, they will have concerns, and then that's your time to address them and then once you're done addressing them they'll have no concerns."

The influencer has amassed over 1.6 million followers on her main TikTok account as well as 32.4 million likes (the video in question appears to come from her private account) and calls this tip her "secret trick", adding: "It works. Try it immediately".

However, not everyone has been convinced by Jenna's confident approach to her "secret trick".

Credit: Westend61 / Getty

One user replied, "I've tried this, I just get weird looks, after followed by them saying something like, 'No we already asked you everything' in a sarcastic tone." Oh well. Can't win them all.

Another user was more positive, though, commenting: "I say: what reservations do you have about my abilities to perform this role? HIRED!!"

Now, call us old fashioned, but we believe the best interview technique is to interview in pairs, dressed in tuxedos, just like Brennan Huff and Dale Doback in Stepbrothers.


Now, while you could very well argue that Dale and Brennan did not, in fact, successfully land any of the jobs they interviewed for, their failure during this series of interviews led to them forming Prestige Worldwide and releasing Boats and Hoes which, let's face it, is better than landing any real job any day of the week.

Maybe just ignore the fact that they crashed Dale's dad's boat at the end of the video for that song, though. And even then, everything worked out in the end and they both got Chewbacca masks.

Featured Image Credit: Xavier Lorenzo/Getty