We have at least two tags (possibly more) which say nothing about the content of the puzzle but only describe what context it originated or was found in.
- iq-test - "For puzzles that have appeared in IQ tests", 38 questions.
- job-interview-question - "For puzzles that were asked at a job interview", 12 questions.
Unless we can identify a particular type or genre of puzzle which all IQ test questions or all job interview questions fall into, I think these tags count as meta tags and should be abolished. Who cares about where the puzzle came from - it's what kind of puzzle it is that we're interested in.
In fact, getting rid of iq-test is currently the highest-voted surviving suggestion at It's tag cleanup time! Complain about tags for free meta points!:
Get rid of [iq-test]. (It's a meta tag, and says nothing about the puzzle's actual content.)
In fact I thought that had already been done, and this meta post was originally going to be entitled "Should [job-interview-question] go the same way as [iq-test]?" until I realised that both tags still exist.