What are some ways to ace a job interview and what are some trick questions that employers ask you?
Also what are the best ways to answer these trick questions? ( I have no job experience and I've never had a job interview)
Asked By: Vaci - 5/31/2010
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A lot of the questions may ask be phrased like you have had previous work experience. They may say, "Tell me about a work experience when..." But you can just use examples of when you were a student, experiences during projects, volunteer work. Just use your life experiences... More
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Answered By: Loyd D - 5/31/2010
Always ask at least one question. The normal questions that they will most likely ask you in every job interview are: What are your strengths/weaknesses, why do you want to work for this job, what do you have that other applicants do not and why you left your old job or why you are unemployed. The question that through... More
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