Important Interview Questions and Your Answers
- At the Beginning of the interview, after the hand shake and pleasantries say “…you know, I haven’t interviewed in a long time.. if everything goes well today, what is the next step?”
- At the End of the interview when asked “do you have an questions of me or about the company?” Ask: “What is the number One thing I can do when I start here, to relieve your immediate workload?”
- Note: a favorite method I use to remember all these is take a Steno pad in the interview with you with the answers to the questions already written out. A “cheat sheet” if you will, except in an interview there is no such thing as cheating. The Steno pad method works well, especially under pressure, you won’t forget anything. It is also good for taking your own notes – in many ways you are discreetly interviewing the company as well.
Skilled managers know exactly what kind of information they are after, and they are skilled at getting it. Among their most deadly weapons are “knockout” questions designed to quickly separate the prospects from the washouts. Here is a sample of some of the most grisly questions and how to handle them.
Thank you for contacting us. We are sensitive to the fact that undergoing a career search may be an unfamiliar process to you. Because of this fact, we have compiled some very valuable information for you; including resume tips, interviewing tips, and strategies to help you in your search for a new career opportunity.
This has been compiled to help you – the candidate – to successfully land a new position. Please take the time to read this.
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- Questions Recruiters Receive From Candidates
- Resume Do’s and Don’ts
- Candidate Interviewing Tips
- Important Interview Questions and Your Answers
- 10 Reasons for Not Accepting a Counter Offer
- Resume Design Tips & Example
- Beefing Up an Anemic Resume
- The Dangers of Resume Overkill
- Improve your Resume – In today’s competitive employment market, your resume has to stand out in order to get the attention of the decision maker and create a strong impression
- Top 10 Interview Blunders
- Resume Tips for Engineers Over 40
- Book – How to land a Job in a World of High Unemployment
For additional information on interviewing, and career search methods I highly recommend a book called: Knock em Dead and Knock em Dead Resumes, written by Martin Yate.