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According to a recruiting training guide issued by Inductis, the following assumptions and analysis are standard for this puzzler: Yankee Stadium holds approximately 50,000 fans There are approximately 150 additional people working at the stadium Of the workers, each of them either carry approximately 40 quarters or have 40 in their cash registers to provide change to customers, for a total of 6,000 quarters Of the fans, approximately four-fifths are male Of that 40,000, half are like my dad and have about 10 quarters in their pockets at any given time, for a total of 200,000 quarters Of the remaining 20,000, half have no quarters, and half have 6 quarters to ride the subway home, for a total of 60,000 quarters Of the 10,000 women, half have 12 quarters for themselves and their husbands or boyfriends to ride the subway home, and half have 1 quarter to call someone in an emergency, for a total of 65,000 quarters For a grand total of 331,000 quarters in Yankee Stadium Solution: 331,000 quarters
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analyze how the increasing use of credit and debit cards, prepaid rapid transit cards, and cell phones, along with the general trend toward a cashless society, reduces the need for quarters to buy refreshments, pay subway fares, or make telephone calls, respectively
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A standard analysis is: There are approximately 6 billion people in the world Let s assume that half live in areas where they cannot get credit cards (rural areas, poverty-stricken areas, etc) Of the 3 billion people remaining, let s assume three-fourths are adults (in the United States it s four-fifths, but we have a slower birth rate than many other countries) Of the 24 billion adults, one-third don t carry credit cards (they have bad credit, don t believe in credit cards, are unemployed, etc) Of the 16 billion adults who carry credit cards, some have ten cards while others have just one Let s assume each person carries an average of three cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express) Resulting in 47 billion credit cards in the world Solution: 47 billion credit cards
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The problems in this section are brainteasers to be acted out They all involve an aspect of performance Sell this; deconstruct that; design the other thing Formerly labeled stress questions, these challenges are less about seeing how candidates react to stress than about seeing how they perform under stress In any case, it s not about stress These brainteasers invite candidates to show another aspect of their creative, engaging personalities Not all candidates will shine in these challenges, and that s okay, but it s also okay for interviewers to know that The key is that for these problems, many interviewers expect a real performance They may be explicit about it and invite you up to the whiteboard Or the interviewer can let the room fill with silence while you try to figure out what the interviewer wants In any case, don t be afraid to role play or act out
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For sales positions, at least, this is perhaps the oldest performance question in job interview history The interviewer points to a pen, a coffee mug, a stapler It hardly matters The interviewer says, Sell this to me This task tests not only a candidate s raw promotional ability particularly useful if the position involves sales but his or her ability to reconceptualize the imagination required to repurpose a device or technology to new uses Recruiters expect candidates to ask questions, but not too many questions I tolerate one or two questions, but then I say, you d better start selling me, says Ed Milano, vice president of Marketing and Program Development at Design Continuum
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