They want to know if you are qualified for the position.
What are your greatest strengths?
Do you have experience in this field?
What do you believe you bring to this job?
Why should I hireyou?
2. They want to know what motivates you.
What motivates you to put forth your greatest effort?
Where do you see yourself five years from now?
What is more important to you, the money orthe job?
What did you like most about your last job?
3. They want to know about the negatives.
Why did you leave your previous job?
What did you like least about your last supervisor?
Whatis your greatest weakness?
What did you like least about your last job?
Why have you been unemployed so long?
4. They want to know if you are a good fit.
What kind of people do you find ithard to work with?
Tell me about a time when you worked as a member of a team.
In what kind of environment are you most comfortable?
Do you prefer to work alone or with others?
5. They want toknow if you want their job with their company.
What are you looking for in a position?
Who else are you interviewing with?
Why are you interested in this position?
What do you know about thecompany?
I am working a s business development manager for the last 8 months , prior to that I was working as debt collector manager , but as I grew in the company I saw many weak areas thecompany had and I proposed myself for the new position to work as professional service. The company was in the process to grow , but did not had any marketing plan o strategy. This is one of my strengthareas , the other 3 are:
1) Sales management
2) Marketing management
3) Customer service management
I went into an early retirement decision because my husband wanted me to get involved inthe marketing area for development of his new business in the area of the ophthalmology industry that he spent most of his life. Due to a merge the company did he stayed out of work. He wanted me...
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