Everyone's been in the hot seat for a job interview before - you've landed face time at the company of your dreams, and you don't want to blow it. Your resume is polished, and you're wearing your best attire - but how do you make sure that you stand out among several - even dozens - of people that want the same job? There are common interview questions that you'll encounter at every position - a little bit of homework and practice on your part, and you can breeze through them with a confident smile.
You may have highlighted your accomplishments in each job on your resume already, but here's your chance to elaborate on the qualities that make you a good employee. If you're prompt - or early - meeting deadlines, or if you enjoy taking care of minute details, describe specific times that you've been successful doing so. Remember to cite a specific example of each strength you've mentioned. If you're stuck, think about your old performance reviews for inspiration.
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