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Difficult questions to answer in a job interview

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According to a small business report, 50 percent of companies in 2016 say the hiring stage is the toughest challenge they face. 50 percent of companies keep the hiring area active, this means that your ideal job is waiting for you.

Now, it's time to prepare for interview questions that would make even the most skilled of interviewees nervous.

Despite all the preparations, a job interview is a nerve-racking experience. To make matters worse, interviewers have numerous questions that can easily get in the way of the interviewee.

These questions are not malicious. They try to get a clear picture of the candidate to make sure they are qualified for the job and that they can be a good fit for the company.

Over the years I have hired hundreds of people and interviewed thousands of candidates. As a recruiter, taking candidates out of their control state allows me to see how they can thrive under pressure in the workplace.

No matter how experienced or prepared you are, sometimes these questions are designed to trip anyone up. If you want to avoid it, you should prepare some answers for difficult questions like the following 11 examples.

1. "Can you tell me about yourself?"

This may sound like an innocent and straightforward question, however, it can mislead you to the point of delving too deeply into your personal life. The great interviewers through conversation determine aspects such as culture; You should focus it on your academic training, your professional career and recent work experiences.

How to respond: don't talk about your family or your hobbies. Stay focused on sharing information about how you can be a good fit for the organization.

2. "Are you the type of person who checks your email on vacation?"

On the one hand, you want to convey the dedication and passion you have about your job, you want to assure the interviewer that you are available and that you are trustworthy; Similarly, you must imply that you know the value and importance of work-life balance away from it.

How to respond: Let the employer know that you are 100 percent committed to your job. However, let him know that you also need time away from the office. Make it clear that you will have all your responsibilities completed before you go on vacation and that in case of an emergency you can be........

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