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Last week, we talked about whether to be honest in interviews. This week, we ask why interviews need to exist at all. We bring on Jason Dana, a professor at Yale School of Management, whose research on interviews was featured in a New York Times Article entitled “The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews.” He makes the case that interviews are inherently biased and actually hurt our ability to make smart hiring decisions. Marc and Warren wonder how interviewers and interviewees can do better.

This week our episode is sponsored by Adam Greenberg. Read his blog post about AmeriCorps NCCC here.

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