33 Uber interview questions you don't want to be asked


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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick

If you want to work at one of the hottest tech companies in the world, you're going to have to answer a few questions first.


We've shown you how long Uber's application process can be: To become a General Manager - someone who launches and leads a team in a brand-new city for Uber - you'll be taking a timed, two-hour analytics test.

For more creative positions, like Uber's Marketing Manager position, you may be asked to create a brand new marketing campaign for Uber.

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Unlike companies like Google, which are infamous for giving their candidates impossible brainteaser interview questions, Uber's questions to potential hires are more straightforward - and they say a lot about Uber's company culture.

Using Glassdoor, we've compiled questions from Uber's interview candidates.