Get The Most Out of Job Interview Questions
Search for the position you are interviewing for. The questions are listed in the order of importance based on the skills and qualities needed to do the job. Print the interview questions that are most relevant or just print the top 10, 20, or 30 questions. Below are some other useful ways to use our site:
For Job Seekers
Resume Content: Print out all the interview questions for the position you are seeking. Answer every question to the best of your ability and then decide which answers are the most compelling and therefore should be included on your resume. The questions at the top are more important to the employer than the ones at the bottom, so spend your time accordingly.
Self Assessment: Review the questions applicable to your job and identify areas you would like to improve upon. Set goals and review how you are doing in a few months.
Job Descriptions: Find the interview questions that are the most important to you and write the job description around the qualities the questions are testing. The questions are already sorted by the importance of the qualities tested, so start at the top and work your way down.
Performance Reviews: Use our questions to identify key performance indicators for each position. Consider having employees answer the key questions you’ve identified as part of an annual or quarterly review.