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Job Interview Questions and Answers

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Job Interview Tips and Guidelines

There is a lot of tension and fear when going to a job interview. But if you play your cards correctly, you can put yourself far ahead of other candidates. The basic reason for a job interview is to provide an opportunity for the prospective job applicant to share his or her talents in front of the employer.

You may know that you are the best person for the job, but the employer would like the opportunity to acknowledge that as well. You are there to prove to that employer that you are the right person for the job. There are some questions asked in the job interviews that are a bit tough to answer but answering those questions in a correct way will put you forward from rest of the applicants.

Common Job Interview Questions and Answers

Tell us about yourself?

Try and practice the answer for this before the interview. Tell a few sentences or paragraphs describing yourself and your interests, and come to a definite ending. Highlight your best qualities like 'team player', 'highly motivated', 'hard working' etc.

Where do you see yourself in five years?

This is another common interview question. Answer in a way that show your work spirit, example - 'I would like to be in a position where I can make a substantial contribution to my employer and help make decisions that will shape the company moving forward.'

Why did you leave your last job?

This is one of the most common questions asked by the employer, but sometimes people let themselves down with a bad answer. A badly thought out answer can efficiently highlight any bitterness on your part, so remain positive at all times. Explain how you feel you need to broaden your skills and experiences to get to the next level career-wise.

There are many more tricky questions asked in the job interview. Want more job interview questions and answers? There are simply hundreds of commonly asked questions and answers in the job interviews. Be sure to grab an ebook of your choice given below and discover those questions and answers and reserve the opportunity.





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