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The most important thing to remember when hiring is that every job applicant has a story. They might not be able to tell it in their interview, but you can find out about them by asking them questions on the phone or online during the application process. In this article we will look at some of the most common questions asked by recruiters and how they can be used as an opportunity to learn more about your potential new hire. What are the questions & how to answer them in an effective way.

 Tell me something about yourself?

You can use this as a way to break the ice and get your interviewee to relax. If you're not sure what to say, we've got some ideas:

"Tell me something about yourself." 

Ans: This is an easy question that will show the recruiter who you are and why they should hire you. It also shows that your interviewer cares about who they're interviewing because it shows them that they're paying attention and taking notes.

✔ “What are your strengths?”

Ans: This is another good question because it allows for a little self-reflection without being  specific or personal. The best answers have been “I'm good at multitasking," or "I'm very reliable."

 What can you tell me about our company?

✔ You can tell me about our company?

Before going for interview do some research about their company, their website,their products & their vision. You should already know what they are doing .Its enough 3,or 4 things about their company, you must know before going on interview.

✔ You can also talk about what it's like to work here, and how we make sure you feel comfortable and supported.

 Why do you want to work here?

 Why do you want to work here?

✔ What is your favorite part of the job?

✔ If a customer asks for extra information about your company, how would you respond?

Ans; You can tell them you like their vision, & you love to work in team work. You love that field & work which you applied for in their company & also share some of their passion & work you already searched on their website. You can give this answer of all 3 questions in different ways .

 Why did you leave your previous job?

✔ You may be wondering why you left your previous job. It's a question that many candidates ask, and it shouldn't be taken lightly. While the reasons for leaving can vary, there are some common ones that are worth knowing about if you're looking for another position in private industry or government.

Ans : Personal Reasons: If you were fired from one job and want to move on to another one with similar responsibilities and pay, personal reasons might play a role in your decision-making process. A bad relationship with your boss could make it difficult for you to find another position where things seem as good as before or worse!

 What are your greatest professional strengths?

✔ As a professional, you're expected to know how to work with people. But what are your greatest professional strengths?

Ans: Your ability of good listener & understanding about other's need

Your ability to solve problems and find solutions that meet everyone's needs in a positive way

 What do you consider to be your weaknesses?

✔ What do you consider to be your weaknesses?

Ans: If you are a good person, then it should not be a weakness. However, if there is something that can be improved in your life and career as an employer, then this is something that should be addressed and worked on by yourself & you can share them.

 The most difficult situation that u have faced??

Ans: First of all you will tell them some of your skills (1 or 2) in short words for example, you can handle hard situations easily like you can work normally in pressure, you don't take stress. Then you can share you story which u have faced in work or office (share story in short words) Just you have to tell them you can handle situation easily..

 How would others describe you in 3 words?

✔ What do you like to do?

Ans: I like to read books or Articles. I also enjoy watching Adventure Shows. (or any 3 thing u like to do the most) They can also ask more shorty like which book or Article you read last time. So think about before telling any thing.

 What motivates you to do a good job?

Ans: Working for a private employer is a great way to earn money and gain experience, but it's also important to ask yourself what motivates you. Will you be able to do your best work when there are no other employees around? Will your boss give you the freedom to make decisions about how things get done?

If these all facilities available in this firm then this is the perfect job for you.

 Do you Feel good to work alone or you prefer a work with team? Give us an example ,when you must had to work with a difficult person?. How did you handle it?

Ans: Give an example of how you've handled a situation where you were required to meet a deadline. How long did it take for you to finish it, and if it was too long, how would you have changed that for next time?

You can also use this question to determine the candidate's ability to problem solve and think on their feet.

For example, "if they gave you a list of tasks ,you have to finish it before tomorrow morning, how would you go about & complete it?"

The best candidates will be able to come up with an answer that isn't just some generic "I'll figure it out." They will have thought about what needs to be done and how long it might take them—and then come up with a plan.

 Why should we hire you over someone else (with the same qualifications) ?

Ans: This is a good question to ask yourself. Before you even think about applying for a job, ask yourself if you’re the right candidate. If not, wait until your next interview and then consider whether or not this company should hire someone else with similar qualifications and experience as yourself.

 Tell me about a time when a co-worker had a different opinion than yours on an important issue. How did it get resolved and what did you learn from it?

Ans: As a team member at your company, you are expected to have an opinion and be able to defend it. However, sometimes this can be tough if you don't agree with someone else on an issue.

You may have had this experience in the past where someone has a different opinion than yours on something important. How did it get resolved? What did you learn from it?

 Do you have any questions for us (that show’s your interest in Job/Company)?

Your questions should show that you are interested in job & you understood the working & aim of company & goals. Make sure to skip these type of questions that you could get answers on google.. You can ask simply short questions for example

1-Can you talk about company culture a little bit

2-Can you share few responsibilities of this position

 What have you been doing since your graduation/post graduation/diploma?


1- Think About what you have done after your degree ..

2-Identify your few important points of experience you can discuss..

3-Try to choose those points which are worthy & initiative

4-Be honest & make sure your answer should short

 What was the highest degree of education you received? Tell me something about it.

Ans: Share your last degree only with some details, for example

I am a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a Masters in Law and Mass Communication, which I received in 1992.

 Why have you applied with us? Why do you want to work in this industry/for our company?

Ans: The best way to answer this question is by talking about your passions, interests and hobbies. If they're related to what we're looking for - then you've got yourself a potential candidate!

 What do you know about our organization/company? What are your expectations from us?

Ans: You should be able to answer these questions with ease, or at least have a general idea of what the company does and how it operates. Make sure to visit their website profile about their company & goals or position for which you are going for interview. So you can share everything easily. If you don't know the answers, ask them! It's better to be honest and upfront than later on when you find out that there were some things that were left out of your interview because they weren't part of their job description, so now the whole process has been compromised.

 How soon can you join us if selected?

Ans: Give them answer to convey them for your early availability: “After learning more about this company i m confident about this position is fit on my experience & skills set. I will be available as soon as this working week started or just tomorrow or any day that suits you as early as possible .Make sure its early because it will show your interest in company.

 Do you want to ask us any questions about the company, its culture or job etc.?


1-Can you talk about company culture a little bit

2-Can you share few responsibilities of this position

 Describe your ideal job profile, both in terms of familiar environment and nature of work etc.? What kind of jobs interest you most? 

You can make the job profile more attractive by including these things in it.

✔ How about your work culture? Do you like being part of an organization where people are friendly towards each other or would prefer working alone with no colleagues around.

Ans: You can answer i love to work in friendly environment, team work & with passionate people. You can share interest about your skills which can help you to get success in these projects related to this company or organization. 

 Which other organizations have you applied with? What kind of organizations appeal to your interests more and why so? In case we cannot match your expectations, would you be willing to re-negotiate your needs for joining us?

Ans: You can also ask this question if you know the answer already but want to verify it. You can use this sentence: "I know that XYZ company does not offer what I am looking for, but I would like to confirm if they do or not."

 What are your strengths?

Ans: The question of "what are my strengths?" is probably one of the most common questions asked by employers when they're looking to hire someone. You should be prepared for this question, as it's a great opportunity to showcase yourself as an asset and add value to their company.

One way that you could answer this question would be by listing off your skills and abilities in a bullet point list (e.g., “I am fluent in Spanish”). Another option would be using an example from previous work experience (or other activities). For example: “As part of my job at [Company] I was responsible for designing an online course on how customers can use our products most effectively."

 What are your weaknesses?

You should be able to talk about your weaknesses. This will help you show that you're open and willing to learn new things.

Why should we hire you?

It's a fair question, but here's the truth: A good candidate will be able to explain why they are the right fit for your company and what makes them stand out from other candidates who may have similar skills. This can be done through an interview or in their resume and cover letter—it just depends on how well they communicate their value proposition.

 Where do you see yourself five years from now?

  • Ans:
  • 1-Show how your professional goals and the job you're applying for align.

  • 2-Focus on the skills you want to learn and get better at.

  • 3-Don't get too specific with job titles or time frames.

 Why do you want to work at our company?

In this blog I already gave you the answer of this question but this question will be asked by interviewer by different ways & many times so i m explaining with different time in different ways...


This one is a tough one because it's hard to answer without sounding like an idiot. The best way is to use the same technique that people use when they ask you "why" and then tell them your story. You can tell them how much you like the idea of working with them, how much fun it would be if they were successful, etc., but don't go too deep into detail about why your ideal job or company is so great (unless there's something specific about their business model that interests you). This question has been asked many times before by employers so don't worry about being able to answer it accurately - just make sure not too many details come out in this response!

 What motivates you?

Ans: One of the most important questions a company needs to ask when hiring someone is: "What motivates you?" People often don't know why they do something, so it's important for employers to know what drives their employees and how they feel about certain tasks or projects. If an employee feels like they're at work because they have to be, then there's no reason for them not to quit. For example, some people like time freedom, some people motivate with financial freedom ,some people love their work any option can motivate anyone .So if their is everything is available in this job that you like the most then this job is for you .So you can share them your reason of motivation in this job 

 How much are you expecting?

Ans: You are expected to take care of the employees in your workplace. It is your duty to ensure that they are well-rested, have enough food and water, have proper clothing and footwear, as well as other basic amenities. You also need to ensure that there is no violation of any law or rule at work place like harassment or discrimination etc., which may lead them towards sickness or even death.

 Describe a difficult work situation / project and how you overcame it?

Ans: I had to take over from an IT manager who left the company after being hired for 3 years, with no prior experience in our industry. The first few weeks were very hard because there was not much training or support from HR, but I had to learn as fast as possible so that we could meet deadlines and keep everything running smoothly. My clients were very happy with my work!

 What is your dream job?

Ans: This is a question that you should ask yourself. The answer may surprise you and it will help determine the type of job that best suits your needs and interests. If you want to work in an environment where there are opportunities for advancement, then look for private jobs that offer career growth opportunities. If working at home is important to you or if flexible hours are essential, consider working in a company that offers telecommuting options such as remote workers or virtual assistants (VA).

 What experience do you have in this field?

Ans: This question is asked by many recruiters and hiring managers, who are looking for someone with a lot of experience in the area they are hiring for. It can be difficult to answer this question without sounding like you're bragging or being conceited, so try not to say anything too specific on your resume (unless specifically requested). Instead, focus on the things that you've done before and how those experiences relate to what the company needs from its employees.

 What were your responsibilities at your previous job?

Ans: This question can be tricky, because it's difficult to answer without giving away any trade secrets or hurting someone's feelings. However, if you want to sound like a real professional when applying for this position, then you need to know what the company does and how much responsibility you had in doing so. For example: "I was responsible for making sure that all of our employees were trained properly on how their duties should be performed."

 Do you think you are overqualified for this position?

If you answered yes to this question, it's important to understand why. The answer will depend on the company and their hiring practices, but here are some common reasons:

1-They want to hire someone with more experience or qualifications than they currently have available.

2-They want someone who can do the job better than they can.

3-They want someone who will work harder than they could themselves (i.e., "the best candidate wins").

Every person must be prepared for these questions

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