5 Job Interview Questions to Practice
Some job seekers always land more jobs than the others because they know a couple of job interview secrets that most people do not know. These secrets indeed are not really a “secret” because they’re just the things often neglected by majority of job seekers.
Everyone who has a big job interview coming up gets the same advice: be sure to practice beforehand. While this is very good advice, it’s also somewhat incomplete. What should you practice? How should you practice it? Keep reading to find out.
A job interview can be a terrifying experience. Here are 5 key employment interview questions to review before the interview.
Rehearsing ahead of the interview will lesson the fear factor for a job seeker. Practicing in front of a video camera and later analyzing the results can be very useful to observe qualities such as body language. It’s always best not to go into an interview cold.
Here are 5 key employment interview questions.
Tell Me About Yourself
This question is often used to open an interview. Be careful about getting too informal. The interviewer is not interested in a person’s life story. They are looking for a few key job-related items to help with job selection.
Going on and on about a recent holiday to Mexico, a childhood experience and personal history from birth to today is not advisable. Talk more about topics like education and job experiences. Time management can be key on this open-ended question.
Why Would You Like to Work Here?
The interviewer is trying to determine whether the job seeker will be satisfied in the job, fit in with the company and want to stay. The job applicant should explain why she/he is interested in the position and the company.
The interviewer wants to now why the job applicant should be hired and what do they have to contribute to the