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Clever hiring managers like to ask these weird interview questions to measure your thinking and problem-solving skills. Tip: Think about the emotion you feel when you see the color.

WOW recruiters with your answer to this odd interview question below.

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Jeanette COX
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sorry bright and warm

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Jeanette COX
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Bright and ward

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Rollie Serrano
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Was He/She born bling?

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John Raw
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imagine the warmth of the sun on your skin at lunch time, thats yellow, its warm and happy

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Kelly craig
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Designated Hitter at Walgreens

You know how the sun feels warm and inviting when you step outside on a sunny spring or summer day? How after cleaning everything smells clean and fresh? That’s what yellow is.

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Richard Neil
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My first question is: what is the purpose of describing a color to a blind person. What about red or green. These are attributes of sighted people. It’s like blind people handing you a book in Braille and asking for your opinion on what’s written. Not a good jobs interview question. Sorry.

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Mckayla .Robbins
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Yellow is what you'd relate to happiness. A warm color that's welcoming and kind

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A mcLeod
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bright but soft, warm

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Patricia Molloy
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Slipping into a warm bath

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Suzanne Ohliger
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if this is what recruiters do, I am out of the loop. Dumb ass question almost as bad as where do you expect to be in 5 yrs.

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