How to Use ChatGPT to Crack a Job Interview? Woman Shares Tips That Actually Worked for Many

A US-based marketing manager recently helped many of her viewers in successfully cracking job interviews.

OpenAI’s generative AI chatbot, ChatGPT, has been making headlines all across the globe, thanks to its ability to perform natural language processing tasks such as translation, question answering, and text summarization. In fact, a lot of people are now using it to write essays, letters, and even novels.

But do you think that it is not limited to just that and that people are now using ChatGPT to land jobs too? Recently, a TikTok influencer shared tips on how to use the AI chatbot to prepare for a job interview. And guess what? Her tips did help several people crack job interviews and get offer letters.

Hana Goefft, a marketing manager and TikTok influencer, recently shared a video on the social media platform on how to use ChatGPT to crack any job interview. According to a report by the New York Post, Goeftt believes that ChatGPT can be a useful AI resource to crack interviews. 

How to use ChatGPT to crack a job interview?

Goefft, who currently works for the US-based company Hired, used ChatGPT to get some questions answered as per the requirements stated in the job description. In her video, she shared that after copying and pasting the entire job description into ChatGPT, the AI bot generates interview questions accordingly.

“Look at all those interview questions! Then you want to brainstorm responses to each question and make sure that the examples you’re giving in your responses are corresponding to these 10 keywords. You don’t necessarily need to say them explicitly, but you want to have these skills,” said Goefft.

Does it work?

According to Goefft, the AI chatbot is the easiest way to prepare for interviews, and Goefft said that her trick has even helped many people.

To check the same, India Today too prompted ChatGPT to give interview questions for the job role of Senior Software Development Engineer at Amazon, and it has 10 generic interview questions for the same. To confirm the same, the news portal confirmed the same with an employee at Amazon, who asserted that such questions were indeed mostly part of the interview process.


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