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发布时间:2017-01-08电脑版

  Are You Married?

  说一下你的婚姻状况?

  Anything that fishes for information about a candidate's family plans (marriage, engagement, and child planning) is technically illegal because it falls under pregnancy discrimination. It can often seem like a hiring manager is just making pleasant conversation and trying to get to know you better, but job applicants are not obligated to disclose any personal information. This could also be a subtle way to question someone about their sexual orientation—another protected class.

  任何有关求职者家庭观的问题(结婚,订婚或是要小孩儿)的提出都是违法的,因为这涉及到孕期工作歧视。面试人员往往会让这一切看起来只是闲聊,让你感受到他的关切和感兴趣,同样,有关性取向的问题也是不可鸟的哈。当然你可以用比较圆滑的方式糊弄过去,这就是体现你情商的时候啦,往往聪明的拒绝比实心实意回答更能给对方留下深刻印象.

  How Old Are You?

  你今年多大?

  Lots of applications will stipulate that employees have to be over 18, and that's fine—ensuring their workers are not minors is within a company's rights. But this question becomes problematic when interviewers ask more mature candidates that question, because it's illegal to discriminate against anyone over 40 on the basis of age. If anyone asks, don't feel bad about declining to respond. Recognize that whoever is interviewing you probably already has some sense of your age just from looking at your resume.

  招聘时往往会要求求职者年满十八,我懂——招聘未成年人本来就是违法的。但是我都三十多岁了,你还问我这个问题,你是不是喜欢我啊?当然不是!而且这是违法的!如果被问起,说不想回答也是有底气的。要知道面试官可能已经对你的年龄有了一些判断。

  When Did You Graduate?

  你哪年毕业的?

  We all know how math works—this is just a not-so-sly way to calculate someone's age. (Feel free to nix the graduation year from your resume, too.) "If the interviewer presses for a reply, you might give him the date and then ask how that applies to your candidacy," Studner says. "And in the final analysis, would you really want to work for a company where the management discriminates against age? It might be better to move on."

  谁不知道你这么问什么意思——只是拐个弯问年龄罢了。(所以你并不用写你是什么时候毕业的)“如果招聘者执意要问,你就告诉他并且询问毕业时间对于求职的影响,”斯达内说,“在后半部分中,确定这个职业真的和毕业时间早晚是一对不可调和的矛盾吗。如果是,那么朝前看吧,会有更好的职业等你的。”

  How's Your Health?

  你的身体健康状况?

  If it's a physically demanding job, employers have a right to ask about specific physical abilities. For example: "This job requires lifting packages up to 30 pounds, or standing on your feet for six hours a day, or talking on the phone at least 80 percent of the time. Is this something you can do on a continuous basis?" But anything that isn't directly related to tasks you'll be performing on the job is personal information that you don't have to—and shouldn't—reveal.

  如果这是一项需要体力的工作,招聘这可能会问你如下问题:“工作可能会涉及拎30磅重的包裹,或者一天要站六个小时,或是80%的时间都在讲电话。你能坚持做下去吗?”但是如果健康方面的问题和做任务一点关系都没有的话,你不用,也不需要回答。

  What Religion Are You? Do You Observe Any Religious Holidays?

  你的信仰是什么?你信仰的宗教有宗教节日吗?

  It's illegal to discuss your religion in an interview, even if it will affect your need to take time off. It can be awkward to back out of this question if an employer presses the issue, so Studner suggests a polite but firm, "I prefer not to discuss my religion, but I can assure you that it will not interfere with my doing this job."