Possibly the most difficult interview question to answer is “Tell Me About Yourself?” But if I asked your co-worker to tell me about you, they could easily rattle off several things. During a job interview, you’ll need to overcome the stage-fright associated with answering the “tell me about yourself” question.
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When it comes to job interviews, many people don’t lump the questions you’ll be asked in the predictable category.
However, once you know the most common job interview questions asked, the better you can predict, and prepare.
How can a job seeker impress during a group interview with your team?
We asked the members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) for their advice…
The best way to avoid taking a job you will hate (resulting in another job hunt too soon) is to learn as much as you can about the job, the employer, your boss, your coworkers, and the environment before you accept the job offer. You can do this by asking good questions in the interview.
You might assume that planning ahead to think on your feet at a job interview is a contradiction.