These are the most commonly questions asked in interviews across all fields of the economy.
When asked this common question, you only need to mention relevant facts about the specific job you are being interviewed. Mainly talk about your education history, employment and your career.
You must have researched about the company before you go for that interview. You can research about when was the company started? The major achievements it had made?
The current team managing the company? And in this case do not mention about any negative thing like a strike or a period that it had made a great loss.
Here you need to relate your answers to your career goals and show how it fits well with the job that you are being interviewed for.
With this question it’s better to say that you want to advance your career by getting a position that will make you grow as a person and employee. Avoid to give reasons the show negative qualities about your former employer.
You can give the list of experiences that you previously had but if you had none don’t worry just say that you have none but you are a very fast learner, you can give an example of somewhere you had worked even if it’s not related to the job you are being interviewed.
No one is perfect so doing lie that you don’t have any but don’t mention one that can make you miss the chance of being considered. After mentioning hurry to say how you are working hard to correct it.
In this question do not try to show that it’s because you really need a job, show that you have exceptional skills that match so well with the job you are being interviewed.
Do not rush to answer this question, let the employer see that you have just thought of it right there and do not mention specific figure, its better to mention a range. But make sure it’s not too high or too low.
With this question do not say you have none. You can ask a question like how has the company been rewarding extraordinary performance of its employees, you can ask how soon you will start the job if considered.