أسئلة المقابلات الوظيفية وإجاباتها.

أسئلة المقابلات الوظيفية وإجاباتها. 

أسئلة المقابلات الوظيفية وإجاباتها. 

أسئلة ذكاء في المقابلات الشخصية، اسئلة المقابلات الشخصية بالانجليزي، أصعب أسئلة المقابلات الشخصية، أسئلة وأجوبة مقابلات التوظيف، أسئلة المقابلة الشخصية واجوبتها. 

Job interview questions and answers.

One of the most important steps you can take to ensure success in a job interview and landing the job you aspire to is pre-preparation. Preparing in advance helps reduce stress and anxiety during the interview, giving you the opportunity to do well and better answer the questions asked. 

No matter how many companies and jobs are, the questions asked during job interviews are somewhat similar, and if you look at them and practice answering them, you will be able to impress the employer and increase your chances of getting the job. In today's Learning article, we will introduce you to the most common and frequently asked questions during job interviews.

The first question: tell us about yourself. 

This is the most common job interview question, and hardly any interview goes without. But many fail to answer it despite what seems to be a very easy question. 

In this case, many resort to summarizing what they wrote in their CV and talking about their career from beginning to end, but this is not what the employer wants to hear. Instead of telling your interviewer your life story, prepare yourself to talk briefly about your most important accomplishments and strengths, as well as a short overview of your career. Try to answer this question within a maximum period of 60-90 seconds.

The second question: Why do you want to get this job? 

The second question: Why do you want to get this job? This question may come in other formulas, such as: Why are you interested in this vacancy? Why do you want to work in this particular company? When answering these questions, talk about what interests you in the job you are applying to, but make sure you talk more about the main tasks in that particular job, or about the company's core vision and values. You can also express your admiration and interest in one of the products or services that the company provides to its customers. 

Instead of talking about salary and material benefits, focus more on what ignites your enthusiasm in the place or position you are applying to, where you can answer the question as follows: “What interests me most about this job is the opportunity that I will have to meet clients, talk to them, and talk With them about their experience with the company's products. I have always been good at knowing what others need, and I am eager to use this skill to understand customer experience and then work to improve it so that this company gets ahead of its competitors.

The third question: Talk to us about your career.

 You may be asked this question in other ways, such as: Why did you leave your previous job? Why do you want to leave your current job? You have to be more careful when answering this question, as you should not start with complaining about your current or previous job or giving any negative information about it, and at the same time you have to be honest and forthcoming. 

The reasons that lead someone to leave their job may be one of the following: Searching for a new challenge. Find an opportunity to advance your career. Difficult financial circumstances for the company (there is no harm in clarifying this matter if it is real and public). 

Moving from the place of residence. You can answer this question as follows: “The company I work for has reorganized the customer service department, and the work team was reduced by 10%, as new employees were laid off and I was unfortunately of them. But I am nevertheless grateful that I worked in that company, for it was available. I have the opportunity to develop and grow my customer service skills and I am excited to apply what I learned in my new workplace.

Question 4: What makes you the best candidate for this job? 

This question comes in other forms, such as: Why do you think you are the best choice for this position? What do you think is the reason why we might hire you? With this question, the business owner wants to know what you can offer the company. 

Think about what your skills and work experience can do to contribute to the achievement of the company's goals and vision. This question is an opportunity for you to focus on your strengths, past accomplishments and current skills, and all you have to do is to relate these strengths to the way in which you can 

contribute to the development of the company. You can answer this question as follows: “According to the job description for this position, the priority is to increase sales revenue. I have the ability to identify potential growth opportunities and strategize accordingly. I saw in my previous job an opportunity to increase our market share in One sector, and by developing a new marketing strategy, I was able to increase our sales by 12% within one year I am looking forward to applying these skills and abilities in this new position.

The fifth question: Behavioral questions. 

which are a group of questions that aim to identify your behavior and the way you behave in certain situations. The behavioral questions may be as follows: Tell us about a situation in which you were able to successfully deal with a difficult client, or with a complaint from a customer. 

Tell us about your most important achievement, or your most proud of. Tell us about a situation where you made a mistake with your job, and how did you handle that situation? Tell us about a situation during your career in which you were under great pressure. Tell us about a situation where you demonstrated high leadership skills. Tell us about a situation where you disagreed with your boss or your boss. Behavioral questions are a little tricky because you don't know exactly what to ask you.

 However, you should realize that the person who is interviewing you seeks to know how you acted in certain situations, through real examples of situations you lived in in the past. Not only that, but he wants you to give him measurable answers, and here you can use any of the following combinations to answer: You were able to increase sales by 6% by…. It reduced the client's waiting time by 11% by… I was able to hire 3 distinguished clients by… and until you answer behavioral questions during a job interview, you can review the main tasks involved in the position you are applying for, because you will most likely be asked about positions Related to these very tasks, and the skills you need to handle them.

Sixth Question: What do you know about our company?

 You may be asked this question in other forms, such as: What do you know about this institution / company? What do you know about our competitors? The business owner seeks, by asking such questions, to find out if you have any background about the company and its products.

 However, when answering this question, be sure to formulate your phrases intelligently, do not just repeat what was written on the official website of the company, but be sure to mention a special matter related to the company's field of work, its strategies, its culture and values ​​or its competitors and its role in the market. With this method of answering, you will show your interviewer that you have spent a fair amount of time perusing the company and that you are really interested in the job.

The seventh question: What are your future goals?

 This question comes in other forms, such as: Where do you see yourself in five years? What are your career goals? What will you do during the first three or four months of your job with us? How will your first month be in this company? The focus of these questions will be on knowing how to solve problems, as the business owner is looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic person to accomplish his tasks. 

For example, if you were asked: "How will your first month in this company be?" You can say: "The early days of any job require me to focus and learn new things, in addition to getting to know my colleagues at work and trying to solve different problems in the company." As you answer, be sure to explain how you managed to do the previous things successfully in your old job, and how you are striving to achieve the same results in your new job.

Question 8: What are your strengths?

 This question may be asked to you in different formats, and several times in the interview, it may come in one of the following formulas: If we asked the person responsible for you at work to describe you, what would he say? What do you think is your greatest strength? What do you excel at in particular? Talking about yourself and your strengths may be quite uncomfortable, but it is nevertheless necessary, and the best way to answer such questions is by addressing a specific skill or strength and talking about it through real situations that occurred with you, during which you used these skills. You could say, for example, "I can say that I have a great skill in noticing patterns in numbers and identifying anomalous patterns, which is very important in the field of taxation. I like very much to use this skill to help customers save their money.

Question 9: Questions related to the proposed job and include questions. 

such as: What salary are you looking for? Are you ready to move to another city? Are you willing to travel once in a while? When can you join us? How would you describe your ideal day at work? The most important thing in answering 

these questions is being completely honest. Clearly state when you can start working, and be honest about what you plan to do. As for the salary questions, you may also feel uncomfortable here, given that finances are generally sensitive. However, you can see the average wages paid to people in your position and industry, and make that a reference for what you can expect to receive. You can use GlassDoor to find out the average wages for different jobs.

Question 10: The closing questions.

 are questions that the employer poses at the end of the interview to ensure that all aspects of the interview are covered. They might include: Do you have any questions you would like to ask me? Do you have any questions? Is there a question you would have liked been asked? Now is your opportunity to ask questions, and you must do so, as asking the employer questions related to the job will give the impression that you are really interested in getting this job and working for this company. 

Avoid asking questions about the benefits the company offers, such as the incentive system, salaries, promotions, or permitted vacations. Thus, we have dealt with most of the questions that are asked during job interviews, and we have learned how to answer them correctly, which increases the chances of the applicant getting this job. You only have to train to answer them, whether in Arabic or in English if the job interview is in English, as rehearsing and training before the interview will increase your self-confidence and make your performance undoubtedly better.

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