What good books have you read lately?

Why ask this question:  
As in all matters of your interview, never fake familiarity you don’t have.  

Most Effective Answer:  
Unless you’re up for a position in academia or as book critic for The Times of USA, you’re not expected to be a literary lion.  But it wouldn’t hurt to have read a handful of the most recent and influential books in your profession and on management.

Consider it part of the work of your job search to read up on a few of these leading books.  But make sure they are quality books that reflect favorably upon you, nothing that could even remotely be considered superficial.  Finally, add a recently published bestselling work of fiction by a world-class author and you’ll pass this question with flying colors.






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