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3 Interview Questions You Should Be Ready To Answer

3 Interview Questions You Should Be Ready To Answer

Unless you’re a new grad, when your reasoning is clear, every candidate has a story. And for prospective employers (especially start-ups, who are hoping their new hires will be around for a long, long time), it’s important to understand what made you leave your last job or what will make you.

Be honest, but frame it in positive way that shows that the role you’re interviewing for is a much better fit for you than your current or last position.

You will get prepare for the interview but you should prepare yourself for few questions which are not related to your technical knowledge but important to answer accurately to get the position.

Employer will try to know more about you. Didn’t leave your last job by choice?

If you were fired, be honest: Industries are smaller than they seem, and there’s a good chance your potential employer will find out.

Being upfront about the situation and explaining both what you learned from it and why it won’t happen again can earn you big points.

Here you fill find 3 Interview Questions You Should Be Ready to answer:

Have you got the skills, expertise, and experience to perform the job?

Before answering this question, you need to think about the key skills you might need for the job, and assess your own level of expertise and experience in that context.

It makes sense to identify the more specific or technical skills that your potential employer might expect as well as some more generic skills such as being a good communicator, having good IT skills, being a team player, etc.

This will help you to know about your skills and experience more and will help you answer many other interview questions like: What are your greatest strengths / weaknesses? Why do you think you are right for this job? You can explain how your skills and experience will help you to achieve the goal. What can you do for us that other candidates can’t? About yourself etc.

Why are you interested in this position?

If you don’t know why you are applying for that position, you shouldn’t be in the interview. Many candidates don’t have a good response for this question.

To answer this question, consider why you’re interested in the function and identify a couple of key factors that make it a great fit for you. All hiring managers want to know that you are interested in the company and excited about the prospect of working there.

You therefore want to demonstrate that you have researched the company, understand its strategy, current performance, structure, market position, and products and that you can’t wait to join them.

Show the potential employer you’ve done your homework, and demonstrate your enthusiasm for the job and company.

Most importantly, be honest, since overselling yourself for something you either aren’t interested in or aren’t good at won’t benefit the company or you.

Will you fit into the team, culture, and company?

This is about your personality and your style and how you as a person fit into the team and culture of the company.

Every company has its own unique culture, and it’s important to both you and the employer that you fit in. It is important to hire a person who know how to adjust in different situations.

Other questions that are essentially asking the same thing are like: How would you describe your work style? What makes you fit into our company? What makes you a good team member? How would you describe yourself?

Before you step into that interview, remind yourself that the interviewer’s job is really to answer those three questions.

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