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 »

Basic job interview questions include topics such as weaknesses and strengths, why the candidate is leaving or has left a position, and his professional goals. Job candidates are often asked about their salary requiremen... More »

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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Some exit interview questions to ask an employee who is leaving the company are: "Did the job match your expectations?" "Was the work aligned with your personal goals and interests?" "Were tools and resources available f... More »

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Depending on the company's recruitment policies, prescreening interview questions are usually designed to help filter out the more qualified candidates, with some questions revolving around the job candidate's abilities ... More »

A job candidate prepares for an interview by researching the position and company, practicing common interview questions, updating her resume, and choosing a professional outfit. Thorough preparation shows in the way the... More »

During a job interview, the interviewee should say positive things about the company itself to show knowledge of the operations, detail past job experience and accomplishments within past positions, discuss experience th... More »