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How to Answer the Top 10 Interview Questions – TheEmployable Interview Tips

Whilst it is of course impossible to accurately predict what questions you are likely to be asked at a job interview, there are some top interview questions which do tend to be commonly asked in most, if not all interviews. Over the last few weeks, we have given some basic tips, advice and guidance on how to answer the top 10 interview questions and in case you have missed any of them, we have collated the links here in our Top 10 Interview Question articles…

 

 

 

 

Tell us about yourself.

What is your greatest strength?

What is your greatest weakness?

Why did you apply for this job?

Why should we hire you?

What motivates you?

What is your greatest achievement?

Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?

Why do you want to work here?

What are your salary expectations?

Need more help on how to Search and Apply for Jobs so that you can get on interview – you might want to check out TheEmployable ebook.

Still feel that you need more interview advice? Check out Anson Reed, specialists in online interview training and 1-2-1 Interview coaching

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11 Responses to “How to Answer the Top 10 Interview Questions – TheEmployable Interview Tips”

  1. The questions are certainly top ten. We identified four key questions:
    1. Why do you want this job?
    2. Can you do the job?
    3. Why are you the best candidate?
    4. Will you fit in here?

    If you look at the top ten and compare them with these four, you can see a correlation.

    Posted by Robin McKay Bell | May 21, 2012, 2:03 pm

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