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Woman Accidentally Submits Video Of Her Mocking Job Interview Questions To Hiring Company

Rebecca Shepherd

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Woman Accidentally Submits Video Of Her Mocking Job Interview Questions To Hiring Company

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/chayjordan_

A woman applying for a job accidentally submitted a video of herself calling one of the interview questions the 'stupid, cheesiest question' she'd ever read. Strap in guys, it's a roller coaster:

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Chaylene Martinez, who uses the TikTok handle @chayjordan_, shared a video... of the video she accidentally sent to SkyWest Airlines where she was hoping to get a job as a flight attendant.

She didn't realise the opportunity to record the video was immediate, meaning there was no second attempts and she had to submit her first go.

Only during that period of time, she was talking to someone on the phone about how exactly she was going to answer.

She told the person on the phone: "The question is... stupid, cheesiest question I've ever read in my life. Alright, 'what is your impression of Skywest's company culture and how does that resonate with you?'"

Credit: TikTok/chayjordan_
Credit: TikTok/chayjordan_

Absolutely oblivious to what's going on, she continued: "Sooo... we at work were just talking about mission statements - you know how like every company has a mission statement?

"So anyway, I was going to say... but I just can't word this properly and you have to record yourself saying it so it's so awkward.

"I was going to say 'my impression of SkyWest's culture is based off the mission statement that you guys have'."

Telling her friend she was setting them down to properly practice, she said: "OK, so I was going to say... OH NO..."

Realising what was going on, she tried to salvage the application, saying: "I'm so sorry, I didn't realise it was recording, I was practicing.

"So I was going to say... sorry."

Credit: TikTok/chayjordan_
Credit: TikTok/chayjordan_

In a follow-up TikTok video, Chaylene explained how her boss has already seen the video and knows she's now looking for another job.

She also asks that 'someone hire me fast before I get fired'. Come on SouthWest...

In her comments, one person wrote: "The amount of emotions she went through when she realised what was happening."

Another defended her, adding: "See here’s what’s up it’s good to practice and prepare this was a technology error not a human error."

And a third pointed out: "This deserves an automatic hire. 'Adjusts and problem solves, showcasing collaborating skills through video and proficiency in technical aspects'."

LADbible has reached out to SkyWest Airlines for a comment.

Topics: Viral

Rebecca Shepherd
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