Jul 28, 2018 - 10:18 PM
Nearly all interviewers inquire about the candidate's ability to handle certain situations. Depending on the job, this may be stressful situations, moral conundrums, disrespectful customers, or other job-specific challenges. Think about the position you want and what daily challenges you would face. You can be certain that questions about these specific obstacles will appear in the interview.
Most interviews also involve at least one question that lets the candidate speak openly about what sets them apart. You need to have a good answer prepared for this question. Think about what you bring to the table that no one else can. You should also take the company's particular values and priorities into consideration when deciding what the best response would be.