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The first person to invent Job interview was Thomas Edison. He discovered that most of the graduate applicant had only little knowledge. Edison created a “test” for all prospective employees in the form of a series of questions of general knowledge. Some of these questions related directly to the position that the applicant was seeking, while others were more esoteric and related to topics such as world geography or literature. It’s unlikely that more than about 7% of all applicants could pass Edison’s test.