TOP 10 MOST ASKED INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

by - November 02, 2017

The top most asked interview questions you will be asked in an interview
One thing that I have learned thanks to Twitter and from personal experience is how nervous we get before a job interview no matter the type of job or the position we are applying for and is because we don't know what we are about to walk into. We get nervous not just because of the type of questions we should be asking the interviewer, but because of the questions, we will get asked. In all honesty, this is all normal.

The problem is we usually only get ready for the questions we are used to, the "what are your strengths and weaknesses" and "why you left your last job". These questions are rarely asked anymore, they are so common interviewers don't use them, they are more of your "sample" questions. But many of us don't know this, or simply don't know what to prepare for.

Because of this, I decided to gather together the top 10 questions you are most likely to get asked for your next job interview. And just to make it better- because I like you, I also created a FREE mini-workbook to help you prepare for your interview! And guess what? they go hand in hand with the Top 10 questions to ask in your interview.

As previous interview post, I read different articles/blog posts to bring these questions to you.

Top 10 questions you will be asked in a job interview;

  1. Tell me about your last position?
  2. What do you know about the company/the team?
  3. Why should we choose you?
  4. Why did you leave your last job?
  5. Why do you want this job?
  6. What is your greatest professional achievement? 
  7. Tell me about a challenge or conflict you've faced at work, and how you dealt with it?
  8. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  9. Why do you want to leave your current job?
  10. Do you have any questions for us?
Related post: Top 10 questions to ask on your interview

The top 10 most asked interview questions

I have also created a FREE resource library just for YOU. Where I no only bring this workbook but a lot more, such as an Interview checklist to make sure you are more than ready to nail your next interview. There are also lots of freebies, planners, saving tips and resources. Sign up now!


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Questions were taken from
www.honestlyhannahblog.com
jobclster.com
thebalance.com
themuse.com
graceandgrail.com
job-nunt.org

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