Job Interview

Prepare yourself for job interview | Some precious tips and tricks | Job Interview questions and answer sample

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How to face Job Interview? Are you worried about the way to answer in front of Interviewer? Here is the solution

for you.

Most common Job Interview questions and answer sample are as follows:

  1. Tell me about yourself

  • Start with your name
  • Give your place information
  • Education in short
  • Job experience if any
  • Family details in short

Example:

My name is Sashwat, I live in Nepal. I have done B. E in electrical and MBA in HR. I have two years’ experience in HR and I live with my family in Kathmandu.

  1. Why are you looking for a job change?

  • Thanks, explain what you learn from past job.
  • Share your reasons for the job change
  • Relate to career goals

Example:

I am thankful to my previous organization because I have learnt a lot of things from there. In my opinion, changes are necessary for everyone to enhance your skills. Knowledge is for personal growth and financial growth. Your organization is a good platform where I can learn more.

  1. What are your strengths?

  • Adaptation
  • Hardworking
  • Honest
  • Flexibility
  • Optimistic
  • Fast decision making
  • Self motivated

Example:

I am honest, self motivated and hardworking person with positive attitude towards my career and life.

  1. What are your weaknesses?

  • Straightforward
  • Impatient
  • Sensitive
  • More talkactive
  • Trust people very quickly
  • I can´t say `NO´ when someone asks for help.
  • Take decisions very quickly
  • Get nervous when talk strangers

Example:

I can´t say No when someone asks for help and I´m a bit lazy in which I´m not interested.

  1. What are your career goals?

  • Short Term Goal
  • Long Term Goal

Example:

My short-term goal is to get a job in required company where I can utilize my skills and improve my career path. My long-term goal is to be in respectable position in that organization.

Job Interview
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  1. What are your salary Requirements?

  • Never share your salary requirements as if you are a fresher
  • Experience candidate can share their expected salary
  • Always say `Yes´ as per the company norms for the job

Example:

I am a fresher, salary is not my first priority for me. This is a big platform to start my career and I also want to improve my knowledge and skills and gain experience. So, I expect a considerable of salary according to my ability and your company´s norms which will fulfill my economical needs.

  1. Why should I hire you?

  • Share your knowledge
  • Work experiences
  • Skills related to job
  • Career Goals

Example:

Sir, as I am a fresher, I have theoretical Knowledge, but I can do hardwork for my organization, and I will put all my efforts for the good progress of my organization. Being punctual and sincere, I can finish the work given to me on time and try to fulfill all the needs of the company from me.

  1. Why do you want to do work with our company?

  • Tell them what you like about the company.
  • Relate it to your long-term career goals

Example:

Sir, it´s a great privilege for anyone to work in a reputed company like yours. When I read about your company, I found that my skills are matching your requirements where I can showcase my technical skills to contribute to the company growth.

  1. Finally, Do you have any question to ask me?

  • Express thanks
  • Salary structure
  • Job timing
  • Job location
  • Overtime allowance
  • Timing period
  • Transport facility

Example:

Thank you giving me this opportunity. Sir, I would like to know the timing and transport facility.  What will be the job location and salary scales for this job in your organization?

Let´s check out the YouTube video sample of Job Interview:

Although,

Now a days, actually it is not necessary to explain about yourself  in Job Interview because it is already written in resume. In reply we can say ” I think you went through my resume or CV where I already mentioned my academic & Technical record as well as personnel details. Now I want to share something which is not in CV or Resume. I am good at (cooking/dancing/singing…etc) During the off time I would like to (paint/write/read/ play /fishing/ etc….) ” In this way the candidate will get more attention .

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