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1. 10) What are you goals for the future? This question is designed to find out if you’re going to stick around or move on as soon as you find a better opportunity. Keep your answer focused on the job and the company, and reiterate to the interviewer that the position aligns with your long-term goals.

2. 9) Describe a difficult work situation or project and how you overcame it: As with the question about stress, be prepared to share an example of what you did in a tough situation. It’s important to share details to make the story believable and engaging.

3. 8) How do you handle stress and pressure? The employer wants to know how you handle workplace stress. Avoid claiming that you never, or rarely, experience stress. Rather, formulate your answer in a way that acknowledges workplace stress and explains how you’ve overcome it, or even used it to your advantage

4. 7) Why do you want this job? This question gives you an opportunity to shows the interviewer what you know about the job and the company. Be specific about what makes you a good fit for this role, and mention aspects of the company and position that appeal to you most.

5. 6) What are you salary expectations? Manager wants to know what you expect to earn. It seems like a simple question, but your answer can knock you out of competition for the job if you overprice yourself. If you underprice yourself, you may get shortchanged with a lower offer.

6. 5)Why do you want to leave (or have leaft) your current job? When asked about why you are moving on from your current position, stick with the facts, be direct and focus your answer on the future, especially if your departure wasn't under the best circumstances.

7. 2) Why should que hire you? The hiring manager wants to know whether you have all the requieres qualifications. Be prepares to explain why you're the applicant who should be hired. Makes your response acontident concise, focused sales pitch that explains what you hace tooffer and why you should get the job

8. 4) What is your greatest weakness? Do you best ti frame you answers around positivos aspect for you skills and abilities as a employee, turning seeming “weaknesses”in to strengths.

9. 3) Whats is your greatest strength? When you are asked about your greatest strengths, it's important to discuss the attributes that qualify you for that specific job, and that will set you apart from other candidates.4) What is your greatest weakness?

10. 1) Tell me about yourself: You can start by sharing some of your personal interests and experiences that don't relate directly to work, such as a favorite hobby or a brief account of where you grew up, your education and what motivates you. You can even share some fun facts and showcase your personality to make the interview a Little more interesting.

11. Investigate everything you can about the company. Make sure you look good. Do not be late must be on time

12. 1. How to prepare for a job interview

13. 2. Which are the top 10 interview questions and best answers?

14. 3. Which are the possible follow-up questions?

15. o What is your greatest strength? o What is your greatest weakness? o What motivates you? o What are your goals for the future? o Why do you want this job?

16. 4. Questions to ask the interviewer

17. What’s the next step in the interview/hiring process? How long does your recruitment process usually take? What are the primary responsibilities of the position? What would my day-to-day routine look like if I got the job? What can you tell me about the job apart from what was in the description? What would I be expected to accomplish in my first month/year on the job? What is the key to succeeding in this role? What does it look like during the busiest and toughest times for this role?

18. 5. What the interviewer shouldn't ask?

19. Race Color National Origin Religion Sex Gender identily Sexual Orientation

20. 6. How to make the best impression?

21. Be prepared to talk about the company Dress for the job you want Arrive on the time but not too early Enter a room confidently