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Recruiter hosts bizarre interviews in Times Square glass box

In what can be likened to a David Blaine stunt, one recruiter has ramped up the job interview pressure by inviting candidates to sit in a glass box in the middle of the Rockefeller Center, New York.

Ariel Schur, Head of Executive Search firm, ABS Staffing, interviewed her potential employees amongst crowds of onlookers, who were able to hear every word of the exchange over speakers – CNBC reports.

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