Interview Questions

What information is actually seeking an interviewer.

Remember, when you interview, be put in place the employer and to think what might be behind each of the questions you ask.
Tell me about yourself ...
The employer wants to quickly get an idea as to your previous education and experience, and for what you have and how well you "sell" yourself and your abilities. Do not depart from the essential things.

Why are you applying for this job?
The aim is to discover your degree of motivation. Carefully research what work entails. Provide benefits that you feel that you can get and focus on what you can offer. Tell why you want to recruit - why do not want to leave your current job.

What do you do in your spare time?
This is for two things. Employer to ensure that you have outside interests and hobbies that will not interfere with work. Briefly summarize its side interests, emphasizing the relationship to work, if any, and identify the skills you have acquired through them.

What are your strengths and weaknesses?
This issue affects self-esteem and self awareness. Contact your strengths and qualities of the specific job you are applying. Employers want employees who know what they are good at what they need improvement. Everyone has weaknesses but employers want to know what do to improve them. Select to indicate poor countries with less negative connotations, and try to turn them into strong ones. For example, "I am a little perfectionist, but on the other hand it is good quality.", "My financial skills are not as good as I'd like, but attending an evening course in accounting."

Why should you hire?
The question is, what skills can benefit the company. Make a short but comprehensive description of the comparison between the position you are applying and your ability to qualify. Briefly list everything you can offer employers, support it with examples.

Where do you see yourself five or ten years?
If you have a clear idea of ​​what it will only show your vision and the severity of your application. If you have any idea about it where you are headed, think about some of the duties and responsibilities that you hope to have.

How would you react ........ situation?
Situational questions used to test your overall approach and behavior. Carefully prepare by listing all the roles that potentially may be required to execute the item and consider myself uncomfortable questions.

What pay do you expect?
The limits of payment that you seem acceptable. You can navigate through ads, where indicated, or payment statistics for the business sector in which you work. Do not underestimate or overestimate. Specify no exact figure, but limits to show that you are willing to negotiate.

What is your greatest achievement?
This reveals what motivates you and what matters to you (family, work, education or recreation). Choose something that makes you stand out and includes positive characteristics, such as your ambition, strong character.

Who is the biggest problem that you encountered?
Try to choose something that will show you in a positive light. How did you overcome? What did you learn? This will not only show how you handle stress, but also your ability to make decisions.

Two tips:

When talking about pay
Rely on your own judgment - never raise too early. Your main priority is to promote itself as the most suitable candidate to be in a stronger negotiating position. However, keep a clear mind about what you want to pay.

At the end of the interview, ask permission (in a positive way) to look back later. This allows for future contact and leave you "open door" even to be rejected as a candidate.


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