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Simple interview questions like “Tell me about yourself” aren’t always easy to answer. Telling a story that mentions the present, past, and future gives hiring managers the information they need to evaluate you.
An unusual addition to the killer interview questions collection: What is your spiritual practice?.
When an interviewer asks you about yourself, of course they want to learn about your previous experience and qualifications, but that’s only part of it. They’re really trying to gauge a variety of factors when considering you for a job, like how well you’ll fit with the company and more.
Another addition to the killer interview questions collection: How many birthday posts appear on Facebook each day?.
An interesting addition to our killer interview questions collection: What will your employer think when you say you’re leaving?.
The idea that you should answer “what’s your biggest weakness>” in a job interview with something that’s really just a positive trait (“I’m a workaholic!” or “I’m a perfectionist!”) is something you’ll hear often from career coaches. The truth is, just stop. Every interviewer everywhere has heard it before, and would rather you were honest.