It is no secret that in order to get ready for the job interview, requires a good preparation. It is not enough just to write a good motivation letter, you should be prepared as no question of employer should worry you. Anxiety will not help, on the contrary, when you are feeling stressed out, you cannot fully open, to show your skills.
Anyway, it is a conversation that determines whether you will you get an invitation to join in the new job position. So in order to be prepared in advance, we will give you some essential tips on what questions you may be asked by the employer during an interview. Take your time, prepare to your job interview. According to the Classon, George S., only proper preparation is the key to our success.
1. What can you tell us about yourself?
Do not get into too long monologue. There is no time for that, the employer could get bored. Tell about yourself in several sentences, which could lead to a further discussion.
2. Why do you think you are suitable for this job?
Before the interview, find information about the company. Also you could will find and the description of the job position. During the interview, tell him that the company needs a person with the appropriate education, experience, language – like you (give arguments to your statements).
3. Why do you want to work in this company?
Before the job interview, it is necessary to look for more information about the company. Visit the company’s web site or read brochures about its activities. It will help to prepare arguments why do you want to work in this company. You can also mention what experience and the skills you could be usefull for this company.
4. What are your positive and negative properties?
First of all, you should highlight the properties that are needed for the job. As for the negative properties, try to present them in such a way that it would become as a property in the future.
5. Why were you fired / did you leave your job?
Do not lie, say the truth. An employer may call to the former employer to find out everything. Do not give any negative information and do not criticize former employers, no one likes people who blames the others.
6. What are your carrier expectations?
The answer to this question shows what are your carrier expectations, how long you are planning to work, how willing you are to work. Make sure that the future employer would be certain that this job position that meets all your carrier plans and expectations.
7. What do you know about our company?
Before the job interview, you should look for more information about the company. In order to know if you seriously interested into offered job position, the employer may ask what do you know about the company.