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6 Things Not To Say During A Job Interview (And The Right Answers) Here is the article with tips for the interview, it is something that is not suitable if you answer the questions according to your own tastes. Each interview has a specific line guide in selecting suitable candidates and this is based on the article below.
1. Why are you looking for a new job?
Bad Answer: My boss is a jerk and the customers are hard to deal with.
Tip: Keep the answer positive, in terms of where you want to go, not what you want to get away from.
Better Answer: I have been promoted as far as I can go with my current employer. I’m looking for a new challenge that will give me the opportunity to use my skills to help my employer’s business grow.
2. Why do you want to work for us?
Bad Answer: I’m desperate and no one else will hire me.
Tip: Before the interview, visit the employer’s website to learn as much as you can about the company. When answering this question, focus on one or two flattering items to explain why you want to join this particular company.
Better Answer: When I read the mission statement on your website about giving back to the community, I felt really inspired. I was also impressed with the facts about your growth in the past three years three new locations, and a 40% sales increase. That’s really something to be proud of. I think it would be rewarding to be a part of a company that is such a leader in their industry and in the community.
3. Why have you had so many jobs?
Bad Answers: I get bored easily.
Tip: Give acceptable reasons (frequent moves, changes in personal goals, etc.), but focus on the fact that you’re ready for a permanent position now, which is what they are really concerned about.
Better Answer: When I was younger, I decided to sample a wide variety of careers. That way, when I was ready to choose a career path I would be absolutely certain that I had found the right one for the long-term future. Now I’ve settled on this industry, and that’s why I’m here today.
4. What are your strengths?
Bad Answer: I can burp on demand and keep a straight face when telling a lie.
Tip: Discuss three or four of your strengths as they relate to the position you are interviewing for, and give examples of times they have helped you do your work.
Better Answer: I have a really good eye for detail, and in the past, I have caught critical mistakes before they happened. When I worked for ABC Company, I helped the company avoid a few catastrophes this way, so they started routing orders through my office to check even though I wasn’t working in the orders department. Of course, I’d be happy to apply this skill in any way you feel is suitable in this company. Another strength I can offer an employer is…
5. Why should I hire you?
Bad Answer: I need the money to pay off my gambling debts.
Tip: This is your chance to reiterate your skills and relate them to the position you are applying for.
Better Answer: When I read your ad, I couldn’t have imagined a better match for my skills and experience than this job. Now that I have spoken with you, and learned more about your needs, I’m even more certain that I’m the right candidate. I know that I can hit the ground running and exceed your expectations because of my experience with…
6. What are your short-term and long-term goals?
Bad Answer: Considering how hung-over I am, my short-term goal is to make it through this interview. Long-term, I hope to quit my job within a couple of years and become a ski bum.
Tip: Sometimes employers ask this because they want to know whether you are looking at their company for long-term employment or simply a short-term job until something “better” comes along. Other employers want to judge your ability to plan for the future. Most employers do not want to hear that in five years you hope to be retired or plan to start your own business. Your short-term goals should involve getting hired into the right position; long term is where you want to go in your profession.
Better Answer: Short-term, I’d like to find a position where I can build a solid clientele of return clients. I enjoy building relationships with clients who come back year after year for service and advice. Long-term, I can see myself taking some additional training over the next few years, and applying for a more senior position here once I have the right combination of experience and education.
Now that you know little of what you have to do with your answer when interview later, do not forget to apply all the tips and answers described in this article. And most importantly, do not answer questions such as scripts, answer normally and spontaneously.Don’t be surprised if the next question from your interviewer is “When can you start?”
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Mi sono impegnato nel Partito Democratico al momento della sua nascita, iscrivendomi e ricoprendo ruoli nel circolo di Buccinasco. Mi sono dimesso dal direttivo non riconoscendomi integralmente nel programma e nelle alleanze del candidato Gianni Maiorano, pur sostenendolo pubblicamente. Non condivido le attuali posizioni del PD nazionale, e spero in un Congresso che faccia chiarezza.
Da poco mi sono reiscritto all’Università per migliorare le mie conoscenze di diritto, economia, sociologia, storia.
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Grazie per avermi seguito.
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