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And introducing one half of the Interview Guys, Mike.
And the other half of the Interview Guys, Jeff.
Wow!
Tough crowd eh, Jeff?
Hey everyone, I'm Jeff one half of the Interview Guys and today we're gonna be counting down the top ten job interview questions.
These are the questions you're gonna be faced with the most, so you definitely need to know how to answer them properly.
So let's get started with question number one.
The number one interview question that's most commonly asked is tell me about yourself.
For this question, don't talk about your personal life.
Highlight your strengths by talking about specific past work experiences.
The second most commonly asked question is why should we hire you?
Now, remember with this question, you need to be specific and highlight a strength that's in line with what the company or organization is specifically looking for.
Number three. What is your greatest strength?
Be specific and tell a brief work related example of you exhibiting that strength.
And again, pick an example and a strength that is based on your knowledge of what they're specifically looking for.
Number four on the list is what is your greatest weakness?
The three things to remember when answering this question is to be honest.
Show that you're taking the steps to conquer the weakness and most importantly don't mention a weakness with the skills or abilities that are essential to the job you're interviewing for.
Number five. Why do you wanna work here?
For this question, be specific and mention aspects of the company or organization that you admire and show how your strengths and abilities make you a perfect fit.
Question number six on the list is why did you leave your last job?
Now if you left voluntarily, then reference a specific characteristic that the company you're interviewing for has that you're attracted to. Obviously, one that your previous employer didn't have.
Now if you were let go, be honest and explain the situation and own it.
Explain what you learned from the experience because the interviewer knows you're human, you make mistakes and just wants to see that you were able to do something about it.
Number seven. What is your greatest accomplishment?
For this question, be specific and talk about a past work accomplishment.
Make sure you pick an accomplishment that shows how valuable you will be in the position you're interviewing for.
Question number eight is describe a difficult work situation and what you did to overcome it.
Again, the key is to be specific.
Bring up a past work situation that you handled well and try and pick an example that shows you tackling a problem that could arise at the new company that you're interviewing for.
This will help show your value.
Number nine. Where do you see yourself in five years?
Your answer should show that you're a person with direction and that you have goals.
You should show that these goals include you advancing and thriving at the company or organization that you're interviewing with. But don't overdo it.
If you're going for an entry-level job, don't say you plan to be CEO in five years.
It'll seem unrealistic and could take you out of the running.
Last but not least, question ten is:
Do you have any questions for me?
The interviewer is asking if you have any questions to ask. And you should be saying yes every single time.
This will be your chance to demonstrate you've done your research on the company.
So try to focus your questions on topics that your company puts high value in.
Alright, that wraps up our top ten job interview questions you need to be prepared for.
Now that you've got the top ten interview questions you'll be asked and some great tips on how to answer them, you're well on your way.
But if you're still worried and feel like you need some more help, the Interview Guys have got your back.
Mike and I have written a brand new special report explaining our proven method to answering any job interview question perfectly every time.
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Top 10 Job Interview Questions - The Most Common Job Interview Questions You NEED to be Prepared For

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Halu Hsieh published on August 25, 2016    Amber Chang translated    Colin Lin reviewed
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