Interview Questions

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Interview Questions

Postby Dionis » Wed Dec 28, 2011 9:55 am

Interview Questions
Interview Questions The interview is a sales meeting and you are both the salesperson and the product. The basic question in every interview, whether it is asked or not, is “Why should I hire you?” All other questions center on this one issue. Basic interview questions can take a variety of forms. Generally, questions will ask about you, your qualifications, experi¬ence, skills and motivation. If you have prepared for the interview and are confident about your qualifications, none of these questions should be difficult. Listen carefully to each question asked in the inter¬view. Take your time in responding and make sure your answers are positive. Express a good attitude and show that you are willing to work, eager to learn, and are flex¬ible. If you are unsure of a question, do not be afraid to ask for clarification. Sometimes a good strategy is to close a response with a question for the interviewer. If you have researched the company beforehand, you will be better informed and able to ask more in-depth questions. Focus on your qualifications but also look for oppor¬tunities to personalize the interview. There is nothing wrong with injecting some personal insight into your life. However, do not get too personal or dwell too long on non-job related topics. Show your potential to the company. Support your answers with examples from your experi¬ence. Avoid “yes” or “no” responses to questions. Use caution if you are questioned about your salary requirements. Try to avoid the question until you have been offered a job. If that isn’t possible, turn the ques¬tion back to the interviewer and ask what salary range the position falls in, or what others in similar positions are being paid. The interview is not over when you are asked if you have any questions. Come prepared to ask a couple of specific questions that again show your knowledge and interest in the job.
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