At the end of the soul-searching that interviews make you do, whether you got the job or not, you'll definitely have anticipatory anxiety as your best friend.
Going to a job interview is usually a nerve-wracking experience. Sitting there, being assessed and questioned. Sounds like a recipe for questioning your entire existence. Questions like "What are your major weaknesses?" "How do you deal with pressure?" "Where do you see yourself in five years?" sound less curious and more interrogative. At the end of this soul-searching that interviews make you do, whether you got the job or not, you'll definitely have anticipatory anxiety as your best friend. Some of these situations were gathered by the Instagram page Overheard Recruiting, revealing all the sitcom-worthy workplace struggles.
Perhaps these will make you feel a little better about your work experiences. Here are some relatable overheard conversations and candid thoughts about jobs and the job-search process.