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Most Common Job Interview Questions and Answers in English.




Welcome back to Chaltrends today we're going to talk about 10 job interview questions and few responses to those job interview questions so let's go.. 

1. Tell Me A Little About Yourself. or Tell Me A Little Bit About Yourself. 

This is very a very common interview introduction question or the firts question tell me about your self please share or basically introduce yourself this is usually means you should share what you studied in college your work experience any like personal projects your've tried to do. 

Or have susseccfuly done other experience you think is relevant so this tis an invitation for you to give like general introduction about yourself in an example sentence. 

Well I got my bachelor's degree in biochemistry. 

2. How did you hear about the position.

How did you hear about the position, means how did you learn about this job that you are interviewing for how did you find this job opening, so how did you hear about the position, this is where you can explain maybe, where you found the information about about the job. 

So you found it on the internet in the newspaper you heard from a friend you were contacted by a recruiter, so there are few different ways that you can share with your interviewer how you found the position, how you heard about the job in sentence...

''I found an advertisement about the job on the internet''

3. Why are You Interested in This Position?. 

Next is why are you interested in the position why are you interested in the position, this is your. chance to explain why you want this job why are you interested in this position, 

So usuual you should not say for the money or because this is a really I don't know there are a lot of attractive people at this company I don't know you should say something in response to this question about you career goals or maybe something specific about the company that you like or something very specific about the job that is available There. 

And how you feel your skills are a match for that job so explain why you're interested in that position the reason you decided to apply for that job in a sentence. 

''I Think I'm A Good Fit For The Company And Its Goals''

4. Why Should We Hire You

Interview question is why should we hire you why should we hire you so this is your opportunity to explain why you feel you are the best candidate for the job. 

So if you have any special qualification you have certification you have specific experience you have a specific goal in mind this is the kind of question you can share that information in response to why should we hire you because I can speak six different language and I know how to create a website in10 minutes.

If you have some kind of special qualifications you can share those qualifications in response to this question in another example sentence'' I'm A Goal -Oriented Person Who Likes To Work At A Fast Pace''

5. What Do You  Consider Your Strengths And Weaknesses?  

The next question is a common question what do you consider your strengths and weaknesses; or what are your strengths and weaknesses so strengths means strong points things you're good at weaknesses is your weak points things you are not very good at. 

 So you can you should be hon eft to a degree but be careful so this should be in professional setting keep that in mind, it's a professional setting if you want to talk about your weaknesses don't say like,'' I eat too much chocolate or don't say like I love sleeping or whatever'' Talk about your professional strengths and your professional weaknesses and also with your weaknesses.

It would be a good idea to talk about how you improve those weaknesses or how you work with your team members or work in a company to try to reduce the effect of those weaknesses. 

So for example '

''I'm very detail-oriented but I often take on too much at one time so like in my case that's the case like I'm very detail-oriented but I often take on too much so do too many things at one time so I could explain okay so I'm very detail oriented but if I'm trying to take on too much I tr maybe I say I communicate with my coworkers about what should be prioritised and that helps me organise my time better''  

So when you introduce your weakness talk about the ways you kind of you try to reduce the effect of that weakness that can be one technique so your good points and your bad points. 

6. Tell Me About A Time When You Overcame A Challenge At Work.? 

Some interviewers may ask this question tell me about a time when you overcame a challenge at work so it's not really a question they're asking you tell a story so tell me about a time when you overcame a challenge at work. 

So they want to hear an example from your professional experience about how you solved a problem what did you do to solve a problem at work. 

They want to know what kind of problem it was and how you approach the problem and the result of that problem so you could say for example'

''Our company party was scheduled for the day before Christmas but restaurant exploded and I had to find a new place to have the party I don't now that's not of course a crazy example  but ''Giving your employer an idea of how you solve problems and maybe the kind of mental state you have when you solve the problems can be helpful in making a hiring decision''. 

So in an example when I was having trouble communicating with a client I reached out to a co-worker for support''. 

7. What Are Your Career Goals. ?

The next question is what are your career goals, so not necessarily in this company but in your career overall in the interview it's probably a good idea to include the company where you are currently interviewing in your career goals. 

But keep in mind like you should be explaining a goal or you should be sharing a goal that is in line with the company's work. 

So if your goal is to open a cupcake shop but you're interviewing for like an it job where you're going to be like I don't know installing windows 10 on people's computers maybe, this doesn't really match so make sure that your career goal and the job you're interviewing for align those two should be kind of aligned. 

It'll help your interviewer and it will help you I think so in an example sentence'' I want to create a global advertising campaign strategy'' so maybe you're interviewing for a marketing job for example you could say that's your career goal '' I would love to design a global marketing campaign strategy for example where do you see yourself in five years''. 

8. Where Do You See Yourself In 5 Years.? 

This question means after five years five years from this point in time what is your vision for you what is your vision of yourself professionally. 

So what do you want to have achieved after five years so a good tip for this question is to explain where you will be having made contributions to the company where you are interviewing. 

So if I'm interviewing at apple and apple says where do you see yourself in five years and I say I see myself at microsoft like that sounds really bad so try to share your goals for yourself in a five-years period. 

But again try to align them with the company where you're interviewing and explain like how you plan to contribute to the company and develop yourself professionally that can be a really good way to answer this question. 

For example '' I see myself in a managerial position in this company working on multiple projects for multiple markets''.

9. Why Do You Want To Work Here? 

Why do you want to work here so similar to why are you interested in this position that one's like that question is very much about this job in particular but the question why do you want to work here means why do you want to work in this company like in this place specifically. 

So share something about the company that you like or share something some reason the company is attractive to you as a candidate so maybe it's the location or maybe it's the ability to work overseas or maybe it's an international environment or maybe you can use your English skills. 

Some reason why you're .interested in working at this company specifically share that after this question so example. 

'' I think there's a lot to learn and I think there are opportunities for promotion''. 

10. Do You Have Any Question For Me? 

Last one the last question is very common do you have any questions for me interviewers will often ask this question at the end of an interview inviting the candidate to ask questions about the company it is usually a very good idea to prepare some questions for the interviewer. 

So it's it's also a good idea to research your company or research the university you're interviewing for before the interview, so if you have questions about the company company policy that sort of thing it's a great chance to ask your interviewer generally 

However it's not a good idea to ask questions about pay or vacation in the interview as you can be seen as maybe two being too money out too vacation focused that might come a little later if you say what's the salary for this Jon like unless it's a situation unless it's a kind of a close situation that might 'be too direct a question. 

But instead ask some things about the company ask your interviewer what it's like to work there what your interviewer thinks is good about working fo the company or maybe what your interviewer thinks the company is planning to do over the next few years. 

Ask something of your interviewer so it shows that you are interested in that company and that you want to learn more and participate more with that company so make sure to have some questions prepared when your interviewer asks do you have any questions for me so for example Question 

''What Do You Think Is The Most Rewarding Part About Working Here''?

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