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Q.What questions can I ask a job applicant?

A.Generally, the focus of a job interview should be on the education, skill and experience level of the candidate and the qualifications needed to perform the job. There are probably many questions you might want to ask a prospective employee, but certain questions can only get you in trouble. NEVER ASK:

  1. How old are you?
  2. Do you have any children?
  3. Are you married?
  4. Are you pregnant?
  5. Do you have any disabilities?
  6. What is your ethnicity?
  7. What is your religious affiliation?
  8. What is your sexual orientation?

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