Social Experiment: A Different Take on a Job Interview

Dear Wonderful Reader,

I have a job interview tomorrow. As I am sitting here trying to figure out how to give the perfect answers and look the perfect way, I realized that I am making the same mistake all over again. Thats what I did at my last job and It wasn’t a good fit. Perhaps it was because all of us were sitting there “acting the part”. As I started working there and getting closer to my boss and co-workers and getting more comfortable to show my personality, when all the facades fell, thats when our differences started erupting and looked us right in the eye. And it was evident that there is a clash of philosophy/personality.

So I am just going to drop that facade.

I am not going to lie about the gaps in my resume.

I am not going to say the good-sounding weaknesses like “I’m a perfectionist”, and “I could have such high standards at times”, when they say ask me about my weaknesses in the work place.

I am not going to try to contain my big hair into a bun.

I am not going to wear a the “standard” dress shirt, skirt, and high heels.

I am not going to be politically correct.

I am going to be frank and fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!


What happens if we act like our normal selves in a job interview?!


Stay tuned to know the rest of this social experiment and to get a glimpse of my outfit and all the details.

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Christina is 25 years old, living in Los Angeles, USA. She graduated in 2013, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature and Creative Writing. Christina is a curious soul, so she filled her college career with classes about art, philosophy, fashion, photography, etc. You name it, she took it (say... archery? Yes. Hmm belly dancing? Yes!). Yes, it all that "learning" did result in prolonging her stay at college, but she doesn't regret it one bit, as she feels ready as ever to produce this blog to you and introduce you to her colorful world! She has three blogs, make sure to check them out: 4ever21Christina A blog for the happy, modern, well-rounded woman. Today Is the Day Tune in for daily inspirational quotes plus their matching photos. I Heart Vocabulary A vocabulary devoted blog.

2 thoughts on “Social Experiment: A Different Take on a Job Interview”

  1. Sounds very sensible. Honesty is always the best policy and when I go for an interview I go with a view to interviewing my potential boss and to make sure that the company is right for me. There are plenty more fish in the sea. This also puts you on an equal footing and instills confidence in you and your interviewer … good luck!

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