All job interviews are different and, of course, this includes the questions that are asked during the interview. However, human resource managers often resort to certain 'trick' questions to test the candidate's ability in complicated situations, the interest they have in the job, and so on. The following are the ten most frequent ones:
1. What do you know about the company?
This is your chance to show interest in the company and the position you are applying for. It is important to be prepared in advance by browsing the company's website or reading about it in the press.
2. What can you tell us about yourself?
Another classic question. In fact, it is usually the first question the interviewer asks. Talking about yourself is complicated and human resources managers know this, which is why they do it. The answer should be brief and highlight your experience, education and achievements as well as your future goals.
3. Why did you leave your last job?
Forget possible problems with your previous boss. Your goal should be to highlight what you have learned and your desire to take a step forward in your professional career.