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Job Interview Questions and Best Answers. This Blog helps you to understand the interviewing process, answer job interview questions, and succeed at it.

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How to Answer: What Do You Know About Us? (Plus Sample Answers!)

How to Answer: What Do You Know About Us? (Plus Sample Answers!)

The question of, "What do you know about us?" is asked to gauge your real interest in the job and the employer. They are not interested in you if you are not interested in them. If you fail to have a good answer to this question, the interview is effectively over. So, demonstrate that you are really interested -- that you didn't just hit a the "apply" button on a random job posting. Smart job seekers are well prepared for this question to so their interest in the employer and the

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How to Answer: Why Do You Want to Work Here? (Plus Sample Answers!)

How to Answer: Why Do You Want to Work Here? (Plus Sample Answers!)

The question of, "Why do you want to work here?" is not limited to job interviews. You’ll find it knocking on your door in networking, informational interviewing, and even at job fairs. When you are asked this innocent-sounding question, you must have a strong, relevant answer. Your answer should demonstrate your knowledge of the company and the skills, talents, experience, and strengths you have that are a match for their culture and the targeted position/department. It's No

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How to Answer: Why Should We Hire YOU? (Plus Sample Answers!)

How to Answer: Why Should We Hire YOU? (Plus Sample Answers!)

This is a critical question because it will show your success, self-confidence, and preparation. Employers take this question very seriously, and you should, too. In this answer, do double-time by selling yourself and by demonstrating your knowledge of the company. Start by doing your homework on the employer before the interview, even if it is "only" a telephone interview. That research will likely include visiting their website, Googling their name, and performing an advanc

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How to Answer: Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years? (Plus Sample Answers!)

How to Answer: Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years? (Plus Sample Answers!)

Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years? Most job seekers jump into this question without truly having set any personal career goals. Developing your answer to this question can help you get more purposeful about the direction of your career. View this question as an opportunity for you to do a bit of career planning as well as answering the question. Considering the average length of time people stay with a company or in a job is 4.6 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,

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How to Answer: Tell Me About Yourself (Plus Sample Answer!)

How to Answer: Tell Me About Yourself (Plus Sample Answer!)

While this is often among the first questions asked at the start of the interview, the reason they ask is not to become best friends. Avoid answers that give away personal information about yourself! Some of that information might take you off the top-candidates list. An employer isn’t going to hire you because you have such cute children (causing you to miss work), a wonderful husband or wife (causing you to miss work), or interesting hobbies (causing you to miss work). Nor are t

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