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  • Frequently asked questions for your 1st job interview...

      1. Tell me about yourself...
      2. What motivates you?
      3. Are you a self motivator?
      4. What are you passionate about?
      5. What are your pet peeves?
      6. What is your greatest strength? And how will it help you perform this job?
      7. Do you feel you have a weakness and why?
      8. What is the best way for you to learn?
      9. At what pace do you work at? 
    10. How do you handle stress? 
    11. When was the last time something upset you? And how did you handle it?
    12. Do you prefer to independently or on a team?
    13. What type of work environment do you prefer?
    14. What do you think it means to be successful?
    15. If the people who know you were asked why we should hire you, what would they say? 
    16. What do you know about our company? 
    17. Why do you want to work here?
    18. What skills or experience do you have that you think would help you in this job?
    19. What do you think is good customer service?
    20. Are you willing to travel?
    21. Where do you see yourself in five years? 
    22. Why should we hire you?
    23. Is there anything I haven't told you about this job or company that you would like to know?? YES, always answer yes. Please refer to the set of questions titled "10 Questions You Absolutely Must Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer", for some smart responses to this question.
     
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  • Frequently asked questions for those with previous work experience...

    In addition to the first set of questions listed above, you will also be asked many of these following questions.
     
      1. What is the name of your last employer?
      2. What was the title of your position and what did you do?
      3. What were the dates of this employment?
      4. In this position, where you able to perform your job duties and complete them? 
      5. Describe you typical work week...
      6. What is your work style?
      7. Do you take work home with you?
      8. How many hours a week do you normally work?
      9. What are your salary expectations?
    10. What did you like or dislike about your previous job?
    11. Can you give me some examples of teamwork?
    12. Have you encountered any problems at work? And if so, how did you handle them?
    13. Describe a time when your workload was heavy and how you handled it...
    14. What have you learned from your past mistakes? 
    15. If you know your boss is 100% wrong about something how would you handle it?
    16. Why are you leaving your job?
          Why did you resign?
          Why did you quit your job?
          Or, Why were you fired?
    17. What have you been doing since your last job?
     
    Remember to always be honest when answering your interview questions. 
     
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  • 10 Questions You Absolutely Must Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer...

      1. What are your expectations for this position?
      2. What personality types succeed in this position and department?
      3. Are there any personal or professional development opportunities for your employees?
      4. What is the typical career path for this position, is there room for advancement?
      5. What is the company culture like? Such as, flex time/ casual or professional attire/ plants or music in work space/ etc. 
      6. Do you have over time or a bonus program? 
      7. Will I receive medical, dental or vision benefits?
      8. What values are important to this company?
      9. Do you like working here?
    10. Where will I sit? 
     
    You may catch the interviewer(s) off guard, but hearing their responses and seeing their reactions will be very helpful to you in deciding if this is the right position for you. Good Luck!!! 
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  • 5 Thing to Never Say in an Interview...

    1. "Sorry the traffic was bad." Never be late to an interview. Give yourself plenty of time and go into the building 5-10 minutes before your appointment time.
     
    2. "I don't know." This is not an acceptable answer for any question. If there is a challenging question, take a breath, count to five and relax. The interviewer would rather you take a moment to think about an answer than mumble through an "I don't know." 
     
    3. "How did you get your job." This is rude and you never want to ask personal questions. Stick to small talk- like the weather, it;s safe.
     
    4. "What is the salary or hourly rate for this position?" Don't jump the gun, the salary is usually handled when a job offer is made. 
     
    5. "No, I don't have any questions." NEVER EVER SAY THIS!!! You must always ask questions, this shows your enthusiasm for the position and that you have done some research about this company. Please refer to the "10 Questions You Absolutely Must Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer" listed above.
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