Fun Trivia Questions for Coworkers: 37 Mind-Boggling Questions to Test Your Knowledge!

July 27, 2022
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If you're looking for a fun way to spend an evening with your coworkers, trivia is the perfect activity! Not only is it a great way to test your knowledge, but it's also a great team-building exercise.

To get started, all you need is a list of trivia questions. If you're stuck on what to ask, we've got you covered with this list of 37 mind-boggling questions. From pop culture trivia to history and science facts, we've got something for everyone. These questions are sure to test your knowledge and provide some laughs along the way.

So gather your team and get ready for some fun! And if you can't meet in person, don't worry - these trivia questions are just as fun over a virtual meeting.

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37 Fun Trivia Questions for Coworkers:

Trivia question # 1: What is the capital of Australia? (Answer: Canberra)

Trivia question # 2: In what year was the first iPhone released? (Answer: 2007)

Trivia question # 3: What is the world's largest desert? (Answer: The Sahara that extends across most of North Africa)

Trivia question # 4: What country is both the smallest by land area and has the smallest population? (Answer: Vatican City)

Trivia question # 5: What is the world's smallest desert? (Answer: Carcross Desert, Canada)

Trivia question # 6: Who was the first U.S. president to be impeached? (Answer: President Andrew Johnson)

Trivia question # 7: How many balls are on a pool table at the start of a game? (Answer: Seven)

Trivia question # 8: What is the name of the longest river in Africa? (Answer: The Nile River)

Trivia question # 9: Can you name four of the seven African countries located on the equator? (Answer: Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Uganda, Somalia, Principe, and Sao Tome)

Trivia question # 10: Mount Kilimanjaro is located in which country? (Answer: Tanzania)

Trivia question # 11: What is the deepest lake in the world? (Answer: Lake Baikal in Russia)

Trivia question # 12: What is the world's largest city by population? (Answer: Tokyo, Japan)

Trivia question # 13: Which planet is closest in size to Earth? (Answer: Mars)

Trivia question # 14: Who was the first man to walk on the moon? (Answer: Neil Armstrong)

Trivia question # 15: How many time zones does China have? (Answer: One-time zone)

Trivia question # 16: Name two of the five permanently inhabited territories of the United States? (Answer: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

Trivia question # 17: What are the top three most spoken languages in the world? (Answer: Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and English)

Trivia question # 18: What is the largest inland body of water in the world by area? (Answer: The Caspian Sea, located between Europe and Asia)

Trivia question # 19: At what age did Bill Gates become a billionaire? (Answer: 31)

Trivia question # 20: How deep is the Mariana Trench, located in the western Pacific Ocean? (Answer: Approximately 11,034 meters deep)

Trivia question # 21: What percentage of the Earth's surface is covered by water? (Answer: Approximately 71%)

Trivia question # 22: What is the longest canal in the world? (Answer: The Grand Canal, located in China)

Trivia question # 23: What is the rarest human blood type? (Answer: AB Negative)

Trivia question # 24: Who was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize? (Answer: Marie Curie (in 1903))

Trivia question # 25: Which show is the highest-grossing production on Broadway ever? (Answer: The Lion King)

Trivia question # 26: What is the smallest planet in our solar system? (Answer: Mercury)

Trivia question # 27: How many hearts does a sponge have? (Answer: none)

Trivia question # 28: What is the name of the ship that rescued Titanic passengers after the Titanic went down? (Answer: The Carpathia)

Trivia question # 29: The North Pole is located in which ocean? (Answer: The Arctic Ocean)

Trivia question # 30: The South Pole is located on which continent? (Answer: Antarctica)

Trivia question # 31: What are three of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom? (Answer: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland)

Trivia question # 32:What is the highest-grossing movie of all time?  (Answer: Avatar)

Trivia question # 33: What is the tallest waterfall in the world? (Answer: Angel Falls, located in Venezuela)

Trivia question # 34: What is the lowest point on land? (Answer: The Dead Sea, located between Israel and Jordan)

Trivia question # 35: What year did Netflix introduce its streaming service to its DVD rental business? (Answer: 2007)

Trivia question # 36: What is the busiest shipping lane in the world? (Answer: The Strait of Gibraltar, located between Spain and Morocco)

Trivia question # 37: What is the largest freshwater lake in the world by area? (Answer: Lake Superior, located on the border of Canada and the United States)

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We hope you enjoyed our trivia questions! Trivia is a great way to spend time with your coworkers and test your knowledge individually or in teams. If you want to set up a fun, perfect trivia night for your workplace with little effort, then check out our Virtual Trivia Night, where we run the whole event for you. Contact Ryptic Team Building to learn more.

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