Where do you see yourself in 10 years?You want to grow in a position and into more responsible and respected positions, but still doing the work you care about and also might want to add: “Hopefully I’ll be alive, happy and thriving in this career.”
What motivates you to do a good job? Please do not say money, even if it is. You should say,”To be motivated by life’s noble pursuits” or something similar. That you want recognition for a job well done. You want to become better at your job. You want to help others or be a leader in your filed.
What is your greatest strength? This is your chance to shine. You are being asked to explain why you are a great employee, so do not hold back – do stay positive. You might say that you thrive under pressure; I’m a great motivator, an amazing problem solver or have extraordinary attention to details. The interviewer is looking for works-related strengths.
What is your biggest weakness? If you are asked this question, give a small, work-related flaw that you are working to improve. For example: “I have been told professionally focus on details and miss the bigger picture, so I have been spending time laying out the complete project every day to see my overall progress.(job interview tips)
Would you rather to be like or featured? You should respond with “neither, I’d rather to be respected.”
If the interviewer asks you if you have any questions to ask them? Ask about benefits if they have not been covered already. How soon I start, if I were offered the job, of course. You may also ask what you would be working on. Specially, in the role that you are applying for and how that affects the rest of company.
Describe yourself or tell me about yourself? You might want to say “hard worker, quick and eager leaner, pays attention to detail.” I am versatile and can perform well in many kinds of positions. Basically, I am an experienced and flexible person and can be successful at any kind of (your filed) works. Describe yourself as outgoing, hardworking, dependable, eager to learn and grow professionally, etc. Fast paced, quick learner and very challenging. That is all they want to hear. Question is usually asked in order to gauge how a person perceives himself. Just be honest. Talk about your strengths. Mention an instance when you used your conflict resolution skills or selling skills or whatever.
Why did you decide to interview for this position? Discuss your need for different types of work, for increased responsibilities and challenges, and your desire to be part of a company that is growing. You may add that you also want to be working for a company that values all of your skills.
Tip: Show enthusiasm no matter what question is asked. You need to be resilient and keep yourself in a positive state of mind through every stage of interviewing process.