-Now let’s switch gears
for a second here, because, Malala, I know you are
at the stage of your life where you are about to
enter the workforce. And I know you’ve done
so many incredible things, you’ve had so many experiences, but I thought maybe I
could help you prepare for something
called a job interview, because, you know, you might not
ever have to experience one in your life
because of who you are, but, in case you do,
I thought I would do a little mock job interview
with you. Is that fun?
Should we try this out? [ Cheers and applause ]
Alright. Alright. -I’m nervous. -Tell me about a time that you
overcame a challenge. -I think one I can share was
having three essays and also have to write,
you know, a UN speech, so — -That was the UN speech,
you said? -Yeah.
-As in the United Nations? -Yes. Yeah. -Okay then. Tell me about any achievements
you’ve had outside of work. -I’m an author and also won
a Nobel Peace Prize. -Say that again. I’m sorry.
-Nobel Peace Prize. -A what now?
-Yeah, it’s not that well-known. A Nobel Peace Prize, yeah.
-A Nobel Peace Prize? -Yeah.
-I get it. I have a Teen Choice Award.
Thank you. So…
[ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Oh, Lord! What would you say
is your biggest weakness? -None. [ Cheers and applause ] -Okay. Fair enough. Fair enough. Lastly, if we want to
check in on your work and we needed some references, do you have any references? -Michelle Obama.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Okay. You know what?
You’re hired. Welcome to Best Buy.
-Thank you. Thank you. -Thank you so much for