9 questions that interviewers often ask

9 questions that interviewers often ask

1. Confirmation And Verification Of Resume Content

Coping strategies: you should be familiar with the content of the resume and answer questions calmly and quickly.

2. Introduce Yourself

Coping strategies: to the point, do not talk about irrelevant, useless content. It’s better to write and memorize in-text beforehand.

3. Talk About One Of Your Successes / Failures

Coping strategies: cite a convincing representative event, and explain the importance of this success/failure in life, so it is unforgettable.

4. Why Choose Our Company?

Coping strategies: you can answer from three perspectives: industry, enterprise, and position. For example, I am very optimistic about your industry. I think your company attaches great importance to talents, and this job suits me well. And I believe I can do it well.

5. What Do You Think Of This Position?

Coping strategies: you should try to show that you are very familiar with those professional terms, and can express clearly in short language, highlight the key points, and avoid ambiguity in the answer.

6. Why Should We Hire You?

Coping strategies: express your keen interest and enthusiasm for the job, and list your own qualifications for the job and the confidence to be competent and complete the job.

7. What kind of superiors do you want to work with?

Coping strategies: try to avoid specific hopes to your superiors and talk more about your own requirements. I should ask myself to become familiar with and adapt to the environment as soon as possible, as long as I can use my expertise.

8. Is Overtime Acceptable?

Coping strategies: demonstrating a willingness to accept challenges, and expressing that the work that should be done within the scope of one's own responsibility cannot be regarded as overtime.

9. Do You Have Any Questions For Me?

Coping strategies: don't just say that there is no problem, and leave the interviewer with the impression that you are a person with no ideas. You can use this opportunity to raise relevant questions that you have not had the opportunity to raise during the interview or to further emphasize the personal advantages you have not had the opportunity to talk about during the interview.