Les Privat Sidoarjo, Before you head out for your next interview, consider practicing some common job interview questions you could be asked. Appropriate answers to questions like these require lots of practice and research. You can develop standard answers, but make sure you can adjust them to match the job to which you are applying.
Here are the top eight most common job interview questions you might be asked (and how to respond!):
- Tell me about yourself. This doesn’t mean tell your life story. Instead, you should have a one minute summary of your background, strengths, and goals.
- Why are you interested in this position? Show your interviewer that you’ve given this position some thought and it’s not one you applied to blindly. Could you genuinely see yourself working there? Convey it.
- What do you know about this company? This question begs you to show off your knowledge of the company. Prove to your interviewer that you’ve done your homework, but don’t just recite facts; instead engage in a conversation.
- What is your greatest strength? Review the job description of the position to which you’re applying to see how your strengths align. Structure your response to meet the needs of employers, but still showcase your skills.
- What is your greatest weakness? Talk about a weakness you’ve turned into a strength to show how you’ve grown.
- Why did you leave (or plan on leaving) your job? Badmouthing former employers makes you look bad, so stay positive in your respons. Talk about searching for new opportunities or other forwhttp://lesprivatsurabaya.net/wp-admin/post-new.phpard-looking reasons.
- What salary range are you looking for? Your answer to this question may depend on when in the interview process it is asked. If asked early on, do some digging before the interview to come up with a ballpark salary range for your position.
- Do you have any questions for me? Never go to a job interview without a few questions in mind. The question for your interviewer say a lot about your interest in the position.