With our comprehensive set of practice questions, you can get prepped for almost any type of interview. Find guidance on what to say (and not say) when asked common interview questions.
Did you know that there are certain things job interviewers cannot ask you? LiveCareer helps you avoid answering illegal interview questions. Read more now.
Get your job interview off to a good start with a thoughtful, confident response to the icebreaker “Tell me about yourself.”
In interviews, you'll undoubtedly be asked, “Do you have any questions for me?” Prepare a list that shows you’ve done your homework and are eager to learn.
Effectively answering the question, “How would you describe your ideal job?” involves focusing on which parts of a position align with your career goals.
Answering the common interview question, “How do you handle conflict?” involves coming up with a past example that demonstrates interpersonal skills.
Constructing a good answer to the interview staple, “Why should we hire you?” involves forethought on what sets you apart from other applicants.
Candidates should prepare an answer to the staple interview question “Where do you want to be in 5 years?” to show they’ve thought about career development.
Hiring managers commonly ask job candidates about their strengths and weaknesses, so prepare an answer beforehand that puts you in the best possible light.
One strategy for job-seekers preparing for behavioral interviews is to use the STAR Technique, as outlined below. (This technique is often referred to as the SAR and PAR techn...
Learn how to think fast on your feet -- when you're meeting and greeting -- at a career or job fair.
Job interviews aren’t easy, they take a lot of skills and practice. Prepare for your next interview by reviewing our list of common interview questions.
Learn what a behavioral interview question is, and then learn about some of the most common ones asked during the interview process.