You're Hired? Job Interview In 140 Characters Or Less
As if job hunting isn't hard enough, there's a new trend that could make it even more complicated.
Your next interview could start on Twitter.
Some tech, media, and marketing companies are making that part of their screening process.
They tweet out questions and you have to answer in 140 characters or less.
The company says they can learn a lot from the process.
Your tweets give insight to your personality and communication skills.