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SQL Subquery Exercises: Display the full name, email, and designation for all those employees who was hired after the employee whose ID is 165

SQL SUBQUERY: Exercise-43 with Solution

From the following table, write a SQL query to find those employees who joined after the employee whose ID is 165. Return first name, last name and hire date.

Sample table: employees


Sample Solution:

SELECT first_name ||' '|| last_name AS Full_Name , hire_date 
 FROM employees 
  WHERE hire_date > (
                     SELECT hire_date 
                       FROM employees 
                        WHERE employee_id = 165);

Sample Output:

full_name	hire_date
Steven Markle	2008-03-08
Sundar Ande	2008-03-24
Amit Banda	2008-04-21
Sundita Kumar	2008-04-21

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