The secret you should know when to answer job interview questions

It is believed that when given the opportunity to be called in for a job interview, everyone has to be well prepared in order to come face-to-face in an unpredictable interview room. Thus, people who have been called for most common interview questions often tend to have more experience than those who have only been called a few times. But there are some secrets going on in the interview room that you may not have known about. That everything the judges in the interview room treat you means everything. It wasn’t that he did it just because he wanted to.

Every interview requires “time control.”

All you need to do your homework before going to the job interview is “how to present yourself as much as possible in a limited amount of time.” speak but you have to control the time manually. It’s important to describe yourself in a short, concise, to the point, and interesting way. Ideally, you have no more than 3 minutes! If you control your time well this section will set you apart from other applicants. You may use a simple principle:

·         Only the main point Focuses on information, not details. Not boring to listen to

·         Regardless of what kind of interview there should be only one thought and provide truthful information

·         Visual focus is to answer questions and let the judges see your thoughts in a visual way that they can touch.

Situational interview

The question “when you are laid off from your job”

It’s not uncommon for job interviewers to ask you, “What will you do next when you are laid off?”  Many interviewees feel sympathetic to those who are losing their jobs in this situation.

“When do you want to grow up?” question

Many job seekers are uncomfortable having to explain why they quit their jobs. The answer to this kind of question is to focus on the issue of the need for career growth.  That I can see myself leaving my current position and moving into a better position

When faced with unexpected questions that will be asked

Even if you’ve prepared yourself for some weird questions that can’t be answered beforehand, (The only thing that can be prepared is mindfulness.) But you may often be faced with a more bizarre question because it is not expected to be a question, such as an interview for a position in the University Business Department. The deputy dean who was an interview committee played the Academy song to the applicants and asked, “What do you think this is?”

This kind of job interview question it’s like closing all the scripts that the applicant has prepared. Because no one expected to answer the question from the song but what the judges are going to assess from this question is that you show your contribution to the organization the answer you answered can imply that it is helpful to the organization in other words if you are already part of a team. How can you help develop the organization?

Beware of 5 things during a job interview never say these;

Is anyone going to a job interview right now? Or is anyone looking for a new job? Today, the INN team has come up with a good technique for you with 5 things you should never say during a job interview. But what will be let’s read together?

1. Has no weakness

Anyone who has been to a job interview may have heard HR ask what your weaknesses are. What is your biggest weakness? Or it may come in the form of the word what was your biggest failure? If found in this case, should not answer no. Why shouldn’t you answer like that? Because it rather conveys that you may be hiding something or that you are unable to look at your abilities. This kind of question doesn’t really want to know our weaknesses because this problem can be solved.

So how should I answer?   It is recommended that we tell our weaknesses. But this weakness does not affect our work efficiency. And it’s best to tell how to fix it, for example, we’ll apply for a job as a driver. Our weakness is that driving is not hard impatient driving like this, it probably won’t work. Perhaps answering I might not be familiar with the route in some places.

2. All are in the resume

When you go to the interview, what does HR ask us more? The answer that should not be answered at all is “Written on resume” may sound funny, but someone actually replied like this. When we are excited, we may not know what to say.  Then ask how many years this last place has been done. We should not answer according to the resume at all.  Cut the talks that will make HR know us better.

So how should you answer when HR asks about what’s in your resume? We should take this opportunity to share something relevant, for example, HR asks how many years in your last job? We might answer that it has been done for 3 years, starting from… and then having a chance to be promoted… Shows how we have evolved.

3. The old bad boss so bad society

Bad boss meeting a bad coworker is one of the main factors in quitting your job, but when HR interviews you about why you left your old place We shouldn’t say, bad bosses or bad coworkers because if you say it like that, it’s like slandering and hurting our old workplace. It represents anger in the heart. So how should I answer? Instead, talk about other problems. For example, they might say that they left the old place because they wanted to try a new job. More advanced work makes the answer appear positive. Instead, look at your future goals rather than your past.

4. I don’t know

Of course, sometimes your previous job experience during a job interview, there might be some questions that we really know the answer to for whatever reason of course not to lie is not a good thing but if the answer does just not know In short, it seems a bit easy. And it makes us look bad as well.  So how should I answer? Well, I don’t know this answer, but give it a suffix, I don’t know, but I’ll find the answer for you. I’m not sure the correct answer but from a similar experience, I would. I don’t know if it’s me trying to do this. Whatever it is, let’s see if we try and be sincere in answering questions.

5. I didn’t bring my resume

Believe it or not, from interviewing with HR, it was found that on the day of the interview new graduates, in particular, often don’t bring their CV or resume with them because they think it’s already been sent in an email. So how should I answer? There is no answer to this question. Besides being prepared on the day of the interview Prepare at least 2 sets in case there is more than 1 interviewee.