Hiring managers are tasked with the impossible job of learning a candidate inside and out after just a few interactions. That's why they're always coming up with new tactics to extract every last drop of information from a candidate. It's important to keep your guard up! You can almost be sure some of the questions asked will be "interview traps" – interview questions designed to get you to reveal some critical bit of information about yourself that you might have preferred to remain covered. They come in many forms, but all have the common goal of getting you to expose some character flaw that will bump you down a few rungs in the rankings.
Most people know this question aims to trap candidates for whom work is merely a means to an end, rather than a passion to which they will be dedicated. But it's also facetious to say you'd stay in your current position if you were to be blessed with such fortunes. It's perfectly acceptable to say you'd start your own company, charity or project to further your personal development. This question really gets at whether you're naturally inclined to work, so make sure those imaginary piles of cash would enable some form of future productivity
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