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The Job Interview takes an inside look at the world where the words you say, the clothes you wear, and even the expression on your face can mean the difference between success and failure. Each half-hour episode of this observational series brings viewers into the room as a real employer conducts real interviews with real candidates - only one of whom will land an offer.

The Job Interview is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on October 25, 2017. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.7.

The Job Interview is available for streaming on the CNBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Job Interview on demand at Peacock Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Peacock online.

Wednesday at 10:00 PM on CNBC
2 Seasons, 17 Episodes
October 25, 2017
Cast: Reed Rudy
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The Job Interview Full Episode Guide

  • The RAC interview candidates for a roadside patrol officer role. Mortgage brokers TMP use role-play to gauge their candidates' morals and honesty.

  • Aston Martin interview youthful, confident Nathan and softly-spoken, experienced Sid for a group leader position. Meanwhile, tour operator Cruise Nation are looking for a sales specialist.

  • In an interview for a product tester role, Good Housekeeping magazine ask vegan James what he'd do if he had to review sausage rolls. Meanwhile, Groupon are looking for a sales consultant.

  • Pet shop sales assistant Chandni and corset designer Ana compete for a junior designer role at fashion label Chi Chi London. Hilton Hotels need a conference and banqueting supervisor.

  • Luxury spa Champneys are looking for a receptionist. Meanwhile, Stuart and Calum take a blind sausage tasting test as they compete for a product developer role at Heck Foods' 'Sausage World' HQ.

  • Bianca has put her studies on hold to pay off her student debts. She applies for a job at Virgin Trains. Mieke, who has three degrees, and blogger Soleil go for a job at cosmetics brand Ciate London.

  • Watershed Hospitality is a restaurant management group in Ann Arbor looking for a catering and events sales manager. Who will land the position and who will go back to the job hunt?

  • A residential cleaning outfit in Alabama is searching for a new director of franchises, and candidates must prove they have the ability to train and manage new franchisees, as well as run a lemonade stand.

  • A real-estate investment firm based in California is looking to hire a personal assistant for its CEO, and candidates must attempt to balance the boss's overloaded calendar and divert phone calls he would rather avoid.

  • Nadia Geller is a Burbank-based interior design firm looking to hire a creative retail and marketing associate.

  • Mia Aesthetics is a plastic surgery company looking for a social media manager to help them stand out in Miami's competitive market. Candidates must demonstrate a charismatic personality and strong knowledge of social media metrics. Some hopefuls charm with humor and warmth while others seem to have an augmented sense of reality. Who will inject life into the proceedings and who will get nipped-and-tucked away?

  • Swim Kids is a swim school looking for a new assistant manager. Candidates must demonstrate a keen understanding of swimming techniques, strong management abilities, and—above all—be excellent with children. Some struggle to embrace funny role-playing challenges, while others are ready to dive right in. Who will sink and who will keep their head above water?

  • Makai Properties is a Kauai-based real estate company that's ready to say "Aloha" to a new sales agent. Candidates must prove they know how to sell...and remember their interviewers' names. Some candidates see the position as a way to launch a new island lifestyle, while others hope it will bring them one step closer to owning their own home. Who will ride a wave of success to the golden shore of opportunity and who will wipe out?

  • Think Latitude is a growing Chicago tech company hoping to find their new sales and marketing manager. Candidates face questions on a wide range of topics...from Excel techniques to self-cloning. Some candidates dazzle the interviewers with their knowledge and skills, while others don't seem to understand the basics. Which sales and marketing guru will present the perfect picture of their abilities and who will simply draw a blank?

  • Love Cork Screw is an up-and-coming wine label seeking a brand ambassador. Candidates must demonstrate their sales strategies and explain their motivations. Some fail to make the right impression with excessive sweating and inappropriate attire, while others succeed with dynamic conversation and genuine passion. Which potential ambassador will be able to prove their people skills and who will let their nerves take over?

  • Xendoo is a Florida based accounting firm looking to hire a detail-oriented bookkeeper. Candidates face deep diving questions about their character...and their closets. Some excel when put on the spot, but others reveal their biggest weaknesses. Which math whiz will impress the interviewers and who will buckle under pressure?