Q: Why should I hire you?
A: Isn't it your job to figure that out?
Q: Why do you want to work here?
A: I want a job. I didn't say I wanted to work
Q: What is your greatest strength?
A: Earning big paychecks
without feeling guilty
A. Not snoring when I fall asleep at my desk
A. Showing up for work no matter how drunk or stoned I might be.
Q: What is your greatest weakness?
A: Inability to concentrate.... look, a butterfly...
A; There are so many. Fast cars, fast women, cold beer, the list goes on....
Q: Where do you want to be in five years?
A: Suspended indefinitely with full pay
A: If my plan works, on a beach in a country that does not have an extradition treaty with the USA
Q: Is there anything else?
A: Why, wasn't this enough?
Q: What would your co-workers say about you?
A: I'm not paranoid, but why do you ask?
Q: Can you verify your last salary?
A: I want to make sure I understand. Your company doesn't know what skills on the market are worth, so you rely on information
from an unrelated company to determine what you'll pay your own employees?
Oh dear, that is unfortunate. There is a tool that would make this sort of antiquated process obsolete for you. It's called the internet. I could show you how to use it, if you're not sure. It would be my pleasure.