It is true that the labour market of the nation is slowly improving, but still millions of people are out of job. For every job you apply, hundreds others are in contention for the same job, so, now more than ever before you need to be fully prepared when going for a job interview. Despite dramatic changes in the job market, there has been no change seen in the way job seekers are hired in workplaces. The process today also starts with the dreaded job interview which is still that crucial meeting dealt between the one hiring and one looking to get hired.
So how can you best response to the questions asked at interview. These answers make you appeal as the best candidate for the job. With proper preparation you can make yourself as the best one to get the job. The following are certain FAQs "frequently asked questions" for an interview and solution for how to answer them.
- 1. Why you were out of work for so long? Whether you are laid off? Why only you?
This quizzed question might force you to show that there was something wrong that other employer can to discover. The interviewer is trying to evaluate if there was a lay off and you were it.
- 2. How did you prepare for this interview?
In other words: "How important is this job to you, have you allow yourself sufficient time to prepare for it, or did you just plan to come and make up your responses with the flow? " It goes without saying that you need to demonstrate knowledge about the company, and about the position that you are looking to apply for.
- 3. What bugs you about you bosses or co-workers?
Develop a bad memory for the past irritations. Make reflection for some time, then shake your head and say you don’t want to come up with anything that irritates you. Continue with few of sentences that elaborate how you seem to get along with virtually everyone.
- 4. If you win a lottery, would you still like to work?
The answer to this question describes your motivation, work ethics as well as enthusiasm for work. You need to show the attitude of Hire ME. You are required to say that you will be thrilled to win a lottery but you will still seek to work because working, meeting challenges as well as scoring accomplishments will make people happy including you. Try to express all this with straight face.
- 5. Can you describe any work or school instance which you messed up with?
This question tries to evaluate whether you learn from your mistakes or you keep repeating the same. Do not reveal anything litany that describes your personal bad mistakes. Rather explain some of the small and well-intentioned goof which finally turns to the important lesson you learned from the experience.
Apart from these questions you have to answer many other questions in your interview. If you are uncertain for any of question asked, do not panic. Take a deep breath, look at the interviewer and say that it is a good question and you would like to come on it later on. Keep yourself well updated
for the interviews.