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It’s 2023 but job interview biases continue

An analysis of 3,000 virtual job interviews revealed that 42% women and 33% men were asked personal questions that had potentially no connection or relevance to the role they were interviewed for

Source | | Saumya Bhattacharya, ET Bureau

A lot is personal about job interviews in corporate India.

Women are up against negative stereotypes and biases more often when being interviewed for jobs. This bias is reflected in questions about marital status, family background and information about children, among others, rather than focusing on skills and competencies.

An analysis of 3,000 virtual job interviews revealed that 42% women and 33% men were asked personal questions that had potentially no connection or

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