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What do you like to do when you're not at work? 

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Describe a time when you made a mistake ?

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Mention the mistake and be honest about it, but always make sure that you follow it up with what you learnt from that episode and the improvements it has brought to your efficiency.

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What is your biggest failure to date?

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The most important thing to remember when answering this question is that it really is not about what you did wrong. It's about how you handled a difficult situation and what you learned from it. Describe your biggest failure and discuss what you've learned from it and ideally how you've been successful because of that lesson.The real reason why interviewers ask about your biggest failure is that it reveals a lot about your ability


- to take risks
- face challenges
- acknowledge your mistakes and
- learn from them.

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How many hours do you normally work?

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I have always been able to perform and keep a competent work schedule that allows me to work with the same number of hours per week. Certainly, when I am working on a particularly important or difficult project, I am happy to hardly increase those hours to produce my best work.

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Describe a time when your workload was heavy and how you handled it?

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When I was working on a software employment team at XYZ Company, we took over one more company and had to turn many clients to a new product in a short period of time. It took a lot of planning, hard work, time and effort, but we were able to finish the project in a timely manner.


 

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Why are you looking for a New job?

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Why Are You Looking For A New Job?

Purpose - This question is asked to get some insights into your personality and your relationship with your last job, colleagues and employer. So you should be careful while answering this question.

1. Never bad-mouth your former employers.
Why? It is very simple as the interviewer will envision that you will bad-mouth them when you decide to leave, and nobody wants bad rumors about themselves or their company.

2. Never bad-mouth your previous co-workers.
Why? This world is too small, your co-workers could be a friend, relative of the interviewer.

3. Never bad-mouth about the responsibilities and tasks you performed at your previous job.
Why? Thinking that the new employer would give you great responsibilities and tasks and if you give a hate speech on the previous job responsibilities and activities and to your surprise if your interviewer is thinking about similar tasks for this position, you have already given a reason to quit the new job which you have not yet got. So guess, the chances of you getting the job is Nil.

Keep the answer short and try not to disclose too much. A straight answer is best and as stated above avoid negative statements about yourself, your work, or your ability to get along with others.

E.g.
My organization was forced to downsize.

Our department was eliminated due to corporate restructuring.

I am looking for a bigger challenge and to grow my career.

I am relocating to this area due to family ( Marriage, Kids Education etc...)

I received degree and want to utilize my new skills in this new position.

I am interested in a job with more responsibility and challenges.

I am seeking a position with a stable company with room for growth and opportunity for advancement.

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