Employers, stop asking these interview questions now

Fermi questions are commonly used in interviews but are irrelevant and unfair

Years ago, when I started interviewing with consulting and banking companies for graduate positions, I would be constantly asked Fermi questions.

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Expert and Author in Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics. Also writes History, Science, Culture. Find me on LinkedIn or Twitter or keithmcnulty.org

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Keith McNulty

Keith McNulty

Expert and Author in Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics. Also writes History, Science, Culture. Find me on LinkedIn or Twitter or keithmcnulty.org

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