Hi everyone, my hubby is schedueled for two job interviews tomorrow We're so excited but we need your help
In preparation, I downloaded an Adobe program on Resume and cover letter instructions and tips and it gave me this:
How would you answer these???
Common Interview questions.
The best way to avoid having a bad job interview is to prepare ahead of time. So practice, practice, PRACTICE your answers to the following questions;
â€¢\tPlease tell me about yourselfâ€¦
â€¢\tWhy should we hire you?
â€¢\tWhat are your plans for the next year? Two years? Five years?
â€¢\tWhat do you expect to get from this job?
â€¢\tWhat are your biggest weaknesses?
â€¢\tWhat are your biggest strengths?
â€¢\tWhy did you leave your last job?
â€¢\tWhat would your former employer say about you if I called them today?
â€¢\tWhy did you get into this line of work?
â€¢\tWhat made you want to apply for this company?
Also, it showed me the following - I never even thought of asking such questions as the ones below~who'd a thought they would expect you to ask questions? I thought it would be rude to ask such as these:
Prepare questions of your own.
Employers are as interested in your questions as they are in your answers. And theyâ€™ll react favorably if you ask intelligent questions about the position, the company and the industry. The interview is a two-way street. Remember you are also interviewing the employer to see if you want to work for that company. You should have a list of questions in mind to ask the interviewer. Here are some questions;
â€¢\tWhat would you expect of me? What would my main responsibilities be?
â€¢\tHow would my performance be evaluated?
â€¢\tIs there room for promotion?
â€¢\tWould there be any travel involved in this position?
â€¢\tWhere do you see this company in 2 years?
â€¢\tHow would you describe your management style?
â€¢\tHow do you see me fitting into this company?