The Mirror reports:
The Indian man in this video is one of such fumblers as he told his prospective employers that his favourite past time was ‘chatting to girls on Facebook’. Of course you know what they told him: “We’ll get back to you”
When the interviewer asks how he saw himself progressing in his career, Mahanti gave a truly startling reply.
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When asked about his experience for the job, Mahanti started off fairly well, explaining his current job involves fixing lines for a telephone company – but that’s when it started to get really weird.
Job interviews are very important events as they are usually determine whether or not a person will get a job.
As the interview drew to a close, Mahanti asked if he was going to get the job. The interviewer responded with a polite: “We’ll get back to you.”
Rakesh Mahanti, from Jharsugudha, was hoping to bag a job as a Network Engineer in Oman and sat down for an online interview via Skype.
It’s clear there’s a language barrier to be dealt with in the conversation – Mahanti refers to the female interviewer as “sir” throughout, and says it’s his first time doing an interview on “Spyke.”
“During my spare time, I chat to girls on Facebook” he said. “I also collect (indian snack) pan masala wrappers. I have a huge collection, almost 2000.”
But that’s not what makes this interview so hilariously bad.
by Tutu Akinlabi
“Sir, I will have a fruity career in your steamy company” he said. “I will perform and reach the climax position.”
Due to this, they can be filled with tension and sometimes even funny when the job seeker starts to fumble.
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