Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Here Are 15 Most Popular List Of Interview Question To Consider


Are you tired of going to interview after interview and not getting the job? Perhaps, you are studying the wrong interview questions. Are you frustrated sometimes when you can’t seem to get the answers right during an interview? I think maybe it’s because you didn’t do your home work. Are you getting fed of being rejected after an interview? Do you often wonder why you haven’t got an interview after applying for over a hundred jobs? Think about it, something must be wrong with your resume. Would you like to know what to do to get a job? The problem is nobody really knows why jobs are so damn hard to get. We can’t really blame the government for every striking thing all the time. Finding a job now a day is like looking for a needle in a hay stack.

These interview questions are intended to help the candidates to feel more relaxed and able to talk freely to the interviewer. It will also help the person who is interviewing the candidate to be able to determine if they are the perfect fit for the position. The most important thing is that the employers should also prepare for the interview. Keep in mind that they have to know how to evaluate a possible candidate for the potential hire. Sometimes candidates tend to turn down the jobs if the employer didn’t pique their interest. Employers should make the candidate feel comfortable when conducting an interview. 

As a matter of fact look through the list of questions then do some research and write down the answers that you think the employer wants to hear beside each question and then review it. After reviewing it for a few times ask a friend to pretend to be the employer then try to answer the questions as accurate as possible then if you manage to master that I guarantee that you won’t be nervous on the day of your interview. Remember that they are not going to ask you any yes or no questions. This is a list of the most common questions that the employers normally ask the candidates during an interview. If you sit down in a quiet place and go through these questions and try to come up with some suitable answers then you should have a chance of landing a job. Getting a job feels as if you have just won the lotto.
  • What is your reason for leaving the last place of employment?          
  • Describe your duties at your last job?
  • What did you like the best about the job?
  • Which did you liked least? (These questions will help the employer to determine if you are suitable for the job).
  • What are your strengths?
  • Tell me what are your weaknesses? (Be careful of how you answer these questions remember that the employers are looking for positive answers).
  • What are your goals?
  • Why do you think that you are best candidate for the job?
  • Where do you see yourself in the next two years from now?
  • Are you Able to work under stress?
  • How do you know about this job?
  • Do you think that your qualification is better the other candidates?
  • Are you willing to relocate?
I hope that this article will be of some help to those who are looking for a job. I also hope that the interviewing employer find the right candidate for the job soon. Well, I hope that both of them will be satisfied when the interview is finish. If you think that I have left out an important question that you think that I should have included then just add it to the list and good luck on your job search.

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