How to get a job without an interview?


I was asked several times a simple and difficult question ‘How did you get a job without an interview?’ I found it interesting to answer such a simple and difficult question.Over introspect I have found answer to it, its just one word ‘Abnormal’. Whenever I told this to people burst out of laugh and perhaps uncontrollable at times.

If I had to look into the reasons for this one word answer are –

1. I did choose to study because the school/institution will provide value to one’s life. It will provide a path for more meaningful life not job.
2. The people orientation quality because of my parents made me earn more people rather money. Perhaps that’s something I thank them.
3. I wrote more than 500 articles, 16 Conference papers, more than 25 research papers in journals, took an extra mile to make things happen till date and continue to do so. I did it not think of winning or for certificate sake.
4. I value people and relationship and their family rather than my life at many a times.
5. Feel bad if the product is sold for just making money, never compromise in value addition.
6. Enjoy everything I do and know’s what to do. Loves work, perhaps mad about it. I create my own work and add more working hours.
7. Takes up tasks without salary and perhaps worked or helped without it.

Perhaps these were the reasons, I was never interviewed, rather jobs were offered in the past and continues to happen. It’s great to be in this abnormal life in the normal world.

I hope you enjoyed reading this abnormal article. I look forward for your normal comments. Good day! God be with you always!

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24 thoughts on “How to get a job without an interview?

  1. ‘Abnormal’ doesn’t quite fit in here — in fact, I was surprised to hear that from you.

    Dictionary definition for the word abnormal: deviating from what is normal or usual, typically in a way that is undesirable or worrying.

    The last few words… “Undesirable or worrying.” Anyway…

    The straightforward answer on why and how people get a job without an interview is not because they are ‘crazy’ or ‘abnormal’ but because of the — pay attention — value they add to this world.

    Amitabh added value to this world by acting in movies, and that’s why he was able to score a job in KBC. Dhoni added value to Indian cricket and that’s why he was swarmed by big brands to endorse their products.

    Value we add to this world is what makes us valuable.

    The folks working with Amitabh in a movie gets 1000 rupees per hour while Amitabh makes 1 Crore? Why? Because he is valuable. He adds value.

    I can go on and on, but you get the point, I assume.

    • Thank you for your views Mr or Ms RIght! Each one has their views about topics, we welcome the normal comment!

    • Using negative word in positive sense is what called as abnormal in this article.

      According to me abnormal = unusual = indifferent = uniqueness ( Dictionary is always a ref book )

      Dhoni is not known for his unorthodox shot, his abnormal way of batting style has got value for him.

      for an ex, In this world the person who is not corrupted is named as an ‘abnormal’ individual and other as “…………………….” hence I conclude that usage of words have changed in the present context.

      @ Mr/Ms Right Please go on because I dint get your point.

      “If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts.”
      – Albert Einstein

      • Bharath, calling Dhoni’s style as abnormal makes no sense. You can call him flamboyant or a stylish cricketer. His shots are not abnormal. Abnormal behavior worries other. Your definition of that word is definitely flawed.

        When a kid is acting weird in a party, does he add “value” to the party? He or she is definitely abnormal, and your definition of that word is flawed.

        I can see you have used the line “According to me…” which I think makes sense. Everyone can have their own views, but that doesn’t mean you can make “adjustments” to the dictionary definitions.

    • Mr/Ms Right, I dont know why you are very much bothered about the word abnormal. Instead of looking at it in generic sense let us try to see what is being communicated in the article to the readers.

      Abnormal has been used a Metaphor( ref dictionary ) to put the things in simplest way and is explained well in the article which are clear enough to understand .

      If you look at the comments posted for this every one has taken it in right except the RIGHT person who has got it wrong.

      I welcome your abnormal way of reacting to my comments. This gives me a learning for that from now I need to put the statements pristine enough to few readers like you.

      Hope you got it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Or else lets have an voting from the readers who are not anonymous to this blog to know whether RIGHT is right or RIGHT has got it wrong.

      • Everyone learns — me, you and the writer of this blog included. I have nothing against anyone, but I am simply passing what I have learned in my life. If you pay attention to my words (which you clearly did not), I never said anyone is wrong here.

        I understand the gist of the article, and I applaud the author for publishing his thoughts. However, being abnormal is in no way a path to success, at least to me and the majority of the people I know.

    • I welcome Mr/Ms Right for your rightful thoughts and no doubt everyone has something to learn form others.

      Keep supporting us. Thank you:):):)

  2. Hi Santosh, I understood what it took you to gain this position. Apart from the meaning what you have written, you conveyed a strong message. Being with you for 1 year at IISc and 1 year at common place I can see now what kind of qualities you were possessing at that time. Certainly the above paragraph has brought some changes in me.

    • It is always good to hear from you Chakri. You will deserve a good career and life. We wish you always that. Good day! Welcome to Asperea – Amrita Foundation family!

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