A Few Questions

iStock 000019746440Questions SizedHere are a few questions that may come your way in job meetings. You should be prepared. You should think about them. You should utilize every method you can to achieve a competitive edge over others going after the same position.

Tell me about your background.

Where do you want to be in your career five years from today?

Think of a project you worked on that didn’t turn out the way it was planned. What do you think happened?

Suppose you had one thing, and one thing only, to tell me about your work history. What would it be?

Does your employer know you’re looking for another job?

Precisely how do you feel you can help our company? How soon?

Everybody likes to criticize. What do people criticize about you?

Tell me about your management style.

How often do you get angry at work?

You will do yourself a favor by considering how you would respond to these questions. And above all else, please remember this is not about memorizing responses. It’s very much about determining whether or not your response is effective. Your CDUSA Advisor will work with you, as a team, to craft a communications strategy that efficiently projects what you bring to the table.



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