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How would you decline to answer an interview question that you think is inappropriate or obvious baiting?

I use this ONE phrase that SHUTS DOWN illegal interview questions, while still coming across as friendly and agreeable.In the United States, it is inappropriate to be asked job interview questions about your age, family/marital status, graduation years, credit score, social security number, medical history—the list goes on. So how should you respond to these personal questions without sounding indignant?Here is the killer phrase:“I am happy to provide the pertinent personal information and documents you need when an offer is presented.”This reply gives the sense that you are laid back and open, but also subtly acknowledges that the question is inappropriate. This is excellent because you will provide personal documents during the hiring stage, but none of that should be a factor before they make a decision to hire you. This is a video of a real life example of how this conversation would likely play out to get a better sense.Let’s say you clap-back with the phrase above, and they still insist that you answer their question. I recommend you ask them this question:“I’m unfamiliar with companies requiring that information at this stage, could you walk me through your interview process and any other pertinent information you will need from candidates?”Don’t get angry, get curious. They really should not be asking you those questions, but maybe they have an important reason for asking, the interviewer is poorly trained and didn’t realize they were overstepping a boundary, or they could be a sketchy company—you don’t know which one it is, so ask for more information!For more advice, such as should you put your graduation years on your resume? Check out Self Made Millennial YouTube Channel.

I accidentally told my Army recruiter that I take medication for anxiety. He said I can't join until I'm off it for 2 years. If I decided to go with the Air Force, as an example, would they know that I take medication now that the Army knows?

Unless you submitted a DD2807 to the MEPS, you just telling your recruiter about your medical history doesn’t mean anything. No one will know, only your recruiter. His word against yours means nothing.If a DD2807 was sent, congratulations… your fate is now out of your recruiter’s hands and in MEPS’ hands.It is advisable you tell the truth about your medical history. There’s a saying that where there’s a will, there is a waiver. If you have to wait two years, you have to wait two years. Oh well.The Air Force has their own enlistment procedures under AFI (Air Force Instruction) and the Army has theirs under AR (Army Regulation). So how they look at your medical history will be different, and I can assure you the Air Force will be less lenient. You stand a better chance with the Army.If the MEPS doctor DQ’s you, it is up to your service if they’ll want to submit a waiver. 9 times out of 10, the Army will submit one. Rarely will the Air Force submit one. The Air Force is competitive and there are more medically qualified people than you. Unless they’ve struck gold, the Air Force will not fight for you.Waiver or not, it is ultimately up to the doctor to either approve or deny you. If the Dr says no, you can appeal up to the MEPS Chief Medical Officer. He has the final say whether or not you will get in or not.If he says no, then sorry. There is nothing that can be done. The Army can’t help you and neither can the Air Force. The final word has been spoken.Time is your best friend in this case. If you can come back to the Army in two years and say “I’ve been anxiety free without the aid of my medicine and I feel better than ever” that gives you a better chance of getting in.It may seem asinine to disqualify people for so many reasons, I thought the same when I went through the process. It’s important for you to realize why it is the way it is.The military is stressful and taxing. I’ve seen people I went through basic training and AIT who were in the best shape of their lives then get medically separated because they got hurt in the high optempo nature of their unit doing something.In my unit alone, there have been several suicides for many reasons, but stress was a big one. I’ve seen soldiers slip into mental health issues because something about the military made them lose their marbles. Not everyone is fit to handle what the military throws at them.If you have anxiety issues, it’s less about you wanting to serve and more about you personal welfare. If you go to war, I don’t need someone who will have a panic attack on me in combat. You’re going to to get yourself and I killed.Something to think about.Best of luck.

If we ever go back to school I plan to take my dog who will be a trained service dog with me. I am anticipating that other students will ask why I have a service dog. How should I respond? I don’t want to say it’s mental health reasons.

Sounds like you need to practice a few polite versions of “mind your own business.”You can always give the no-fucking-duh answer: “I have a medical condition.” If they are mind-bogglingly rude enough to press you on the nature of the condition, I suggest letting some amused shock show on your face and then saying, “Do you tell everybody about your medical history?”Depending on your personality, you could go the humorous route: “He's an emotional support animal, to help me deal with my paralyzing fear of nosy-ass questions.”

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