The United Nations Kicks Off The Most Intimidating Job Interview Ever
After presenting a 10-minute vision message, candidates will have a two-hour period to answer questions.By Katie Link | April 12, 2016
"It is indeed an enormous pleasure and privilege to address you today as we begin with this new approach of selecting the secretary-general of the United Nations. Today, together, we are pathfinders," Igor Luksic said.
On Tuesday, the United Nations bucked a 70-year tradition.
Rather than letting the 15-member Security Council choose a new secretary-general, the U.N. held open interviews. Kind of.