In The Employment Interview
The interviewer frequently doesn't know the correct response themselves or will acknowledge that there is no correct response, so simply relax.
You've done your homework, brought copies of your resume, and are ready to respond to any inquiries based only on your resume. The feared portion of the interviews, the questions, has arrived at the appointed hour for the interview.
Candidates worry about job interviews because they could be given an open-ended question that would give the interviewer a personal viewpoint into who the candidate really is. According to the true secret, "The interviewer frequently doesn't know the correct response themselves or will acknowledge that there is no correct response, so simply relax."
Recently, Glassdoor created a list of the most common questions that might be asked in an interview:
- What is your strength?
- What is your weakness?
- Why do you want to work for our company?
- Where do you see yourself in the next few years?
- Are you willing to relocate?
- Are you willing to travel?
- Describe a success of which you are particularly proud?
- Tell me about a time you made a mistake.
- What is your dream job?
- How did you hear about this position?
- Discuss your resume
- Discuss your educational background.
- Describe yourself.
- Tell me about a challenging issue you had to face?
- Why should we hire you?
- What are your hobbies?
- What do you do in your free time?
- Who is your role model, and why?
- What is your real-time project?
- Why did you choose it as a real-time project?
- What are the best qualities you have?
- What was your last CTC?
- Are you experienced?
- What do you think of this job?
And many more are popularly listed…