There are plenty of websites that offer lists of popular job interview questions,
How to Answer Questions
First, know these important facts:
1. There is no way to predict every question you will be asked during a job interview.
2. Treat any sample answers you find, such as in discussion
3. Job interview questions are not things to fear, they are opportunit
Now, take these actions:
1. Make a list of your best "selling points" for the position. What qualificat
2. In addition to any sample job interview questions you find through various resources,
3. Write down your answers to likely questions.
4. Review and edit your answers until you feel they are "just right." Read them over and over until you are comfortabl
Here are some more very important tips:
1. Be a (Short) Story Teller
Make use of this old marketing tip: "Facts tell but stories sell." During a job interview,
For example, imagine two people interviewi
Don't you agree that Mary's answer is better? Sure, Joe answered the question, but Mary did more than that--she gave a specific example and told a quick story that will be remembered
In today's job market where there are dozens of highly qualified candidates
2. Keep the Interviewe
While many questions asked during job interviews
The key is to talk about your past accomplish
Here's another example with Joe and Mary. The interviewe
Joe's answer shows initiative
Here's one more example. Joe and Mary are asked, "What's your greatest accomplish
Looks like Mary has a new job!
3. Do Not Lie
Last but not least, tell the truth. It's sometimes very tempting to "alter" the truth a bit during a job interview.
If you are thinking about telling a lie during the interview,
Always consider the consequenc
In Summary, Here's What You Need To Do When Preparing To Answer Job Interview Questions:
1. Study the job announceme
2. Research the company.
4. Prepare answers to those questions that are relevant to the position and the company.
5. Promote your best "selling points" (relevant qualificat
6. Practice. Practice. Practice.