Okay, so I know we keep posting about interview questions and how to answer them, but each article can give you new insights on one angle or another. Even reading an article over a second time, you may find your attention drawn to a different point than through the first read. Let yourself be open and absorb information, chew it over and incorporate the things you are lacking. That said; let’s move on to our introduction of today’s article. The Wall Street Job Report has prepared an excellent article about 10 of the trickiest interview questions. If any of the following questions are ones in which you have difficulty with, read the article and go in to your interview prepared.
Why have you been out of work so long, and how many others were laid off?
If employed, how do you manage time for interviews?
How did you prepare for this interview?
Do you know anyone who works for us?
Where would you really like to work?
What bugs you about coworkers or bosses?
Can you describe how you solved a work or school problem?
Can you describe a work or school instance in which you messed up?
How does this position compare with others you’re applying for?
If you won the lottery, would you still work?
How to Answer Ten Trickiest Interview Questions
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