The following are some sample questions that you might get during an interview. They include typical questions, as well as questions that can be particularly challenging.
If you are asked a question that you did not expect, just take a minute to think about your answer before speaking. Most interviewers will be patient while you give their questions some thought.
me about yourself.
Remember, this is a job interview, not a psychological
or personal interview. The interviewer is interested
in the information about you that relates to the situation,
such as education and work experiences.
do you expect to be doing five years from now? Ten
years from now?
The interviewer is looking for evidence of career
goals and ambitions rather than minutely specific
should I hire you?
Stress what you have to offer the company, not how
nice it would be to work there.
do you know about Company X?
The question is designed to determine what research you have done on the company before the interview. Be prepared to talk about
the organization's products and services,
values and mission, publicly known financial information, and competitors.