Common Job Interview Questions and Interview Tips
Most common job interview questions. What you can expect a potential employer to ask you at a job interview.
Do Your Company Research
What you should know about the company before your job interview.
Do your homework and research information about the company before your job interview. The company may ask you specific interview questions about their company, such as why you want to work for them and what you know or like about the company, so you wanted to be prepared for it. Here are some things you should try to find out about the company before your job interview.
- hen was the company established?
Common Job Interview Questions
Here are some of the most common job interview questions. Go over these questions and prepare your answer. Take it one step further and do a practice interview with a friend.
- Tell me about yourself.
- Why are you looking for a job?
- Why did you leave your last job?
- How long have you been unemployed?
- Why do you want to work for our company?
- What skills do you have that will match our company's needs?
- What training do you have?
- Do you work well under stress and deadlines?
- Describe your work ethic.
- What are your strengths and weeknesses?
- Tell me about a time that you failed at your job?
- How do you handle conflicting priorities?
- Are you a risk taker?
- Do you work better by yourself or in a team?
- How do you handle working with people that you don't get along with?
- Are you willing to put the company's needs ahead of your own?
- Do you consider your self successful?
- What are your futre goals?
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
- Why should we hire you?
Job Interview Tips
Keep in mind that you only have one chance to make a first impression at your job interview, make it a good one.
- Show to the interview up on time.
- Dress professionally for your interview.
- Shake hands and smile when you greet your interviewer.
- Take a deep breath and relax.
- Don't talk bad about your last job or boss.
- Sit up staight.
- Be polite.
- Don't chew gum.
- Don't wear too much cologne or perfume.
- Appear upbeat and happy.
- For women, don't wear too much makeup.
- Turn your cell phone off.
- Don't speak about job salary right away.
- Think about your answers before you speak.
Your job interviewer may judge you on:
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Things To Bring To A Job Interview
Don't show up to your job interview empty handed. Be prepared.
Here are a few things you should bring to a job interview.
- Directions and contact information
- Folder or briefcase
- Pen and paper or notebook