Showing posts with label Interview Questions. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Interview Questions. Show all posts

What Interests You About This Job?

What interests you about this job? Is a really great question to be posed. This question gives you a lot of scope to really let the company know how
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If You Know Your Boss is 100% Wrong About Something How Would You Handle It?

If you know your boss is 100% wrong about something how would you handle it? This is a question most people HATE, however I feel it is a good question to be posed.
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If You Could Relive the Last 10 Years of Your Life, What Would You Do Differently?

If you could relive the last 10 years of your life, what would you do differently? Before I advise on answering this question, I would like to state ‘Regret is a useless emotion’.
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What Can You Contribute to This Company?

This question is posed as an opportunity to explain to your interviewer what you have achieved in the past and what you think you can bring to your role with
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What is Your Greatest Strength?

“What is your greatest strength?” This question is a mainstay in the typical interview. It’s a great way of selling yourself in a subtle manner, by cramming
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What Can You Do for Us That Other Candidates Can’t?

This is usually considered a very tricky question to answer – for a start you have no other idea what skills and attributes your competitors for the job have!
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What Are Your Salary Expectations?

“What are your salary expectations?” is a question that often pops up in interviews. It is important to have researched what the ‘market rate’ for the offered position is, and take
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What Type of Work Environment Do You Prefer?

Is one of those questions where you need to tailor your answer to the job you are applying for. There is no point saying you want a nice quiet office environment,
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Do You Prefer to Work Independently or on a Team?

Do you prefer to work independently or on a team? This is a question designed to find out if you are able to take direction or criticism for others and be able
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When Was the Last Time You Were Angry? What Happened?

This interview question must be answered with caution!!! The interviewer will pose this to you to see what gets you angry, or how easily you are angered,
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What Do People Most Often Criticize About You?

What do people most often criticize about you? This question is posed to delve a little deeper and find out what traits you might have that could
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What Are Your Pet Peeves? Interview Question

This is another question that is designed to find out if you get irritated easily. The best way to answer this question is with something that is a little
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What Are You Passionate About? Interview Question

With this question try and make your response as multi leveled as possible. Most people will try and fill this with the usual interview fluff of “Meeting targets”
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What Has Been the Greatest Disappointment in Your Life?

This question is posed by the interviewer in order to establish how you judge what is disappointing, or how easily you get disappointed. The best kinds of examples
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What Do You find are the Most Difficult Decisions to Make?

This is an interesting question your interviewer will use to establish more about your character. Of course everyone has decisions they dislike making, and some decisions
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How Do You Handle Stress and Pressure? Interview Question

How do you handle stress and pressure? This is a question designed to see if you can IDENTIFY when you are stressed, and how you deal with that.
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How Many Hours Do You Normally Work?

How many hours do you normally work? This again is a straightforward question that doesn’t really need much explanation. All you
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Do You Take Work Home With You? Interview Question

Do you take work home with you? Is a question an employer may ask for various reasons. Some jobs might require you to think a little about things whilst at home.
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Describe a Typical Work Week? Interview Question

Describe a typical work week? In this question you have to describe a typical work week. It is a pretty easy one to answer. Make sure that
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What Have You Been Doing Since Your Last Job?

What have you been doing since your last job? This is a straight forward question to answer, and its best again to just be honest.
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