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Five Questions You Should be Prepared to answer in an Interview


What can you tell me about you?

Most interviews start with this question and the way you answer it will make the first impression. If you stumble upon an answer and you are not sure what to say, it will show a lack of self-confidence. On the other hand, if you start bragging about achievements and talking too much, your ego may seem too big. You must find out how to look confident, without displaying infatuation.

Why do you want this particular job?

When an employment manager asks this question for jobs in Colorado, they not only want to know why you want to work for them, but also how much you actually know about the company.

Why are you looking for a job?

This question may seem harmless, but this is how interviewers eliminate people who are either looking for a job, have been fired from the last position or may have a high turnover rate, which means that they will not stay around too long. Focus on the positive aspects and be specific.

What do you expect from your future colleagues?

Many employers ask this in order to understand how you see yourself working in a team.

Where do you picture yourself in the next few years?

Focus on your career goals, be honest and realistic.