Elon Musk, chairman of Tesla and SpaceX, always asks himself the same question in a job interview to find out if a candidate is honest.
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Musk now knows how to foil this conspiracy. He stated in a speech that he was asking the candidate to “tell me about the biggest problems he was facing and how he went about solving them”.
According to one study, when a person has to give detailed information about their professional experience they can see if they are telling the truth.
The 49-year-old said he was not interested in his candidates’ university degrees or their level of education, Daily Stars reports.
“They don’t even need a diploma or high school,” he said in a 2014 interview.
The billionaire explained that he was “looking for people with extraordinary traits” when he tried to hire someone.
Musk recently became the richest man on the planet with a fortune of $ 172.8 billion, according to Forbes magazine.