Most Commonly Asked Interview Questions
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Most Commonly Asked Interview Questions What are your long- and short-range goals? Do you have a dream regarding your career? What motivates you to produce your best work? How have you planned to achieve your goals? Why did you choose the job/career you are pursuing? What is more important to you, compensation or job responsibilities/activities? What do you consider to be your primary strength(s)? Have you identified developmental areas upon which you are working? How would you describe yourself? How do you think previous supervisors would describe you? How has previous experience or education prepared you to succeed in this job? Why should I hire you? What do you think it takes to be successful in an organization like ours? In what ways can you contribute to our organization? What do you know about our firm and why would you like to join us? What qualities do you think a manager should possess? What accomplishment has given you the most satisfaction? Describe your greatest achievement or most rewarding experience. If you were hiring for this position, what would you look for? What plans do you have or steps have you taken to develop your skills? What have you learned from previous work experiences? In what work environment are you most comfortable? How well do you work under pressure? How would you describe your ideal job? How do you evaluate the organization for which you hope to work? What problems have you faced in your work and how did you deal with them? What have you learned from any previous mistakes? How would you evaluate your ability to contribute to a team effort? How would you handle difficult or demanding people? How would you rate your previous record of dependability? Can you describe an instance in which you went the extra mile? How have you determined if you were performing satisfactorily in the past? Do you enjoy new assignments or responsibilities? When have you found a new or better way to accomplish a task? Is there anything you would have changed in a previous employment situation? Be prepared to describe why you responded as you did and to relate an experience in which your thinking on a particular issue was formulated.