Ten Questions Recruiters Shouldn’t Ask — And You Shouldn’t Answer

Ten Questions Recruiters Shouldn't Ask -- And You Shouldn't Answer

Here are some of the most offensive questions job seekers are asked, and sample answers for each one: Recruiter: How old are you? You: I’m old enough to have the professional background that made you reach out to me. Let’s talk about the job description. What can I tell you about my qualifications? Recruiter: Do you have kids? You: Are you inquiring about my ability to work downtown, or what exactly? I can’t tell what you’re after. Recruiter: Er, um… Recruiter: What’s your greatest weakness? You: I used to worry about my weaknesses until it dawned on me…

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How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview

How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview

In my previous article ‘5 most common interview questions’ that by the way went good thanks to all of you; I’ve asked people to comment their questions and one of them have asked me how to introduce myself? A very genuine question and I’ll try to answer the question in a way you would like. First of all let me tell you, you’re not gonna get exact answer here because, well things vary from people to people and also if you’re going for an interview and you expect me to…

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Are you smart enough to answer these Google job interview questions?

Google job interview questions

When you’re looking for a job, it’s exciting to be invited for an interview. At the same time, it’s natural to feel nervous. Tech companies are known for asking weird, confusing and, frankly mean questions to job applicants. However, cracking a Google interview is not a cakewalk. Candidates are bombarded with technical questions besides being asked some mind blogging puzzles. However, it is difficult to get hired at Google. The interview process is apparently long and terrifying. According to the Taja Khabrein– an employer rating platform from Times Jobs, shares some of the…

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8 ways to answer ‘Why should we hire you’

Answer of why we should hire you

‘Why should we hire you?’ is one of the commonest interview questions one faces. So who do you answer this question correctly? Here are some expert tips: 1. Credentials matter Always support your statements by your credentials/facts and figures. Mention your key achievements from previous assignments including brief on challenges, action and results. Read More – What Does Your Sitting Position Say About Your Personality? 2. Show your value Emphasize your knowledge and experience to demonstrate your value to the job requirements. Explain how you possess the combination of skills and…

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