The job market is continuing to open up, spurring a significant rise in individuals interested in changing jobs. But, while more jobs may be available, it's still essential that job seekers do everything they can to prepare for the job search and interview process. From adding new skills to seeking mentoring to reading up on interview tips, job candidates try to set themselves up so they're ready for anything that comes their way. Sometimes, though, interviewers can throw you a pretty big curve ball.
Once again, Glassdoor has combed through tens of thousands of interview questions shared by job candidates over the past year to find some pretty spectacular oddballs. This slideshow features the top 10 oddball questions each for the U.S., UK and Canada.
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