Job interviews can be a sweat inducing experience. Here are the 25 most common job interview questions and how to answer them.
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How do you handle criticism?
The key here is to point out that criticism is the best way to improve. Mention that you never take it personally and give some examples from your past.
What do you think of the last company you worked for?
No matter how much you hated your last job it was a great platform that helped you improve your skills…period.
Do you have any questions for me?
You always want to have a few. It shows that you did your research and are interested.
Why do you think you will be successful at this job?
Highlight the similarities between the job requirements and your skill set. If there aren’t many, either apply elsewhere or improvise.
How do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Relate this one to the objective line of your resume and act like you have a vision, even if you can barely figure out tomorrow’s breakfast.