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Latest findings and surveys tag Facebook as one of the best companies to work for. And the best never comes easy!
To prove this, we tell you the toughest questions asked at Facebook job interviews.
There is a building with 100 floors. You are given 2 identical eggs. How do you use 2 eggs to find the threshold floor, where the egg will definitely break from any floor above floor N, including floor N itself.
If you were going to redesign an ATM machine, how would you do it?
How many birthday posts occur on Facebook on a given day?
Do you think that Facebook should be available to China?
How much do you charge to wash every window in Seattle?
Describe how the website works. (That's the whole question, with no context.)
How much money is spent on the internet?
How would you design a simpler TV remote control?
How do you deal with communicating less than favorable information?
You're at a casino with two dice, if you roll a 5 you win, and get paid $10. What is your expected payout? If you play until you win (however long that takes) then stop, what is your expected payout?
You have two light bulbs and a 100-story building. You want to find the floor at which the bulbs will break when dropped. Find the floor using the least number of drops.
How would you set up an interview in this room?
How many vacuums are there in the USA?
What options do you have, nefarious or otherwise, to stop people on a wireless network you are also on (but have no admin rights to) from hogging bandwidth by streaming videos?
How many Big Macs does McDonald sell each year in the US?
How would you build Facebook for blind people?
Tell me your plan of action if you saw that photo uploads suddenly dropped by 50%.
What are you least proud of on your resume? If you need to make a place in Facebook, try answering these !