Answering Difficult Job Interview Questions


Difficult questions are bound to come up in a job interview. Learn how to answer them with expert speaking tips for job interviews in this free job search video.

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Video Transcript

You could also go on-line for potential interview questions and get a lot from the web. You know the internet is just a great tool for anything and for job interviews. After you do your potential questions, whatever you do don't memorize them because there is nothing worse than having your little robot answering questions. They don't get to know who you are and they are just really put off by that. So you don't want your questions rehearsed. You want them conversational style. Usually in an interiview, the employer asks the potential employee do you have any questions. If you go no, they are going to think you are not real interested in this job. If you have done your honmework, you are going to have 2 or 3 questions for your employer and that is going to be great and they will be impressed. So have you a question 2 or 3 but don't ever ask what your salary is going to be at your job interview. That sends a negative message. Negotiate that later after you are for sure you are hired.


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