Aug 19, 2018 - 09:58 AM
One question you should absolutely prepare for is the icebreaker, "Tell me about yourself." Although the question is broad, try to focus solely on your professional life. Summarize your career and the relevant experience you bring to the position.
Another question recruiters like to ask is, "Tell me about a time you failed." This can be a tough one to answer; nobody likes to talk about times they didn’t succeed. Identify a specific example, why it happened, and what you learned from it. Keep your answer brief and don’t dwell on your shortcomings.
Check out these other common interview questions to get ready for the big day. Practice your answers front of the mirror or with a friend to get comfortable talking about your experiences. Don’t forget to prepare a few of your own questions to ask the recruiter at the end of the interview.