Candidates for employment should ask a potential employer questions such as, "What do you like most about working for this company?" Another question to ask is, "What distinguishes this company from the others?" accordin... More »

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In a job interview, it is critical to ask questions regarding the company, the position's history, the department the position is part of, the job's responsibilities, the job's expectations and the next steps in the inte... More »

Two major types of questions employers often ask during interviews are behavioral questions and situational questions. Other common question types include straightforward questions and skill-based questions. More »

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Candidates for nursing jobs can review questions that include standard and behavioral nursing featured at sites such as Salisbury University, About.com and Monster.com. Reading common interview questions and answers is a... More »

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Answer a behavioral-based interview question with the citation of an example from previous employment that adequately explains an individual contribution. According to Columbia College’s Grossnickle Career Services Cente... More »

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In a job interview, it is critical to ask questions regarding the company, the position's history, the department the position is part of, the job's responsibilities, the job's expectations and the next steps in the inte... More »

When contacting an employment reference, the checker should confirm the candidate's job title, duties, salary, and start and end dates with that company. One of the primary purposes of a reference check is to verify work... More »

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