I have never been asked my age during an interview. I think it may be against some kind of discrimination law
why would he/she ask you for your age when you have already submitted your date of birth on your job application form, you have already submitted that info :)
To show my self-assurance, confidence and honesty, I would just answer them with a smile. COnfidence can chance one's opinion on whatever your answer is, show them you seem capable.
it's illegal, but there's nothing you can do about it so you might as well tell them the truth you can general tell if you look at the dates on people resumes if you're even a little intelligent. so at least you know that this is the sort of company that doesn't worry about following the rules and that your interviewer isn't that bright. Should make it easier to convince them to give you the job, then.
Considering that this question is illegal in the US, I would respond by stating that my age is irrelevant to the position buy my experience in this XYZ area is and then explain how it coincides with the job. The only time that age can be asked is if the job has a pre-requisite of someone over or under a certain age, such as tending bar or working with heavy equipment. Then age is relevant, otherwise it is illegal. Good luck!
It would depend on the type of job that I was being interviewed for. Some people are just too old for some types of work and just seeing them should normally give an interviewer an idea of age.
Interview is not a date, I will tell the truth :)
probably thinks ya look young for yur experience........for me?.....i know it would be an age discrimation issue ;-P
standard procedure..why would i think anything. i'm either wanted or not..if age plays a major issue..there's not much i can do..i am what i am.
It wouldnt bother me to tell them.
Weird. If age was a factor, it should have been printed in your application.. I would find away to report the company. But you didn't keep the app for proof.