Aug 22, 2018 - 07:26 PM
• Tell me about yourself.
• Why do you want to work for us?
• Why should we hire you?
• Why did you leave your last employer?
• How have you handled a difficult work situation/coworker/boss?
• What is your greatest strength/weakness?
• What is your greatest accomplishment?
• Where do you see yourself in five years? In ten years?
• Do you have any questions for me?
A great resource for perfecting and practicing the answers to these questions appears here. As you review those questions and answers, look for advice about answering difficult questions, such as:
• What is your biggest flaw?
• What would you change about our company to create an ideal work environment?
• Would you lie for the company?
Employers often use questions to get information without specifically asking for it. For example, if an employer asked about your biggest regret, they are probably more interested in how you took responsibility for your mistake and moved past that mistake. Did you learn from the experience and improve? Read this article for more tips.