Aug 21, 2018 - 02:29 AM
• Tell me about yourself.
This is a chance to show what makes you unique among the other candidates. Keep your response focused on your career progress, work experience, and achievements that relate to the position for which you're interviewing.
• Why do you want to work here?
Pay close attention to the position posting and do a little research on the company. Point out aspects of the company that appeal to you and explain why you believe you'll be an asset to them.
• What are your greatest strengths/weaknesses.
These questions are a way to evaluate your honesty and self-awareness. Focus on the strengths/weaknesses pertinent to the job at hand. Talk about strengths with pride but without bragging. Talk about weaknesses briefly and choose something you can easily improve upon.
• Why should I hire you?
Sell yourself! Point out experience and skills showing your value.
Finally, prepare a couple of questions to ask the interviewer. It shows you really want the job. For some additional assistance, Live Career is a good source of in-depth information on common interview questions and how to prepare for them.