On a regular basis, we offer job-related insights and advice, Today, we present new tips for handling job interview questions.
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From Novoresume: New Tips for Handling Job Interview Questions
A great source of information is the Career Blog by Novo Resume. It contains resources on a wide variety of topics. Such as how to handle interview questions.
Below, we show some highlights from its “35+ Common Interview Questions and Answers [Complete List]”. Thanks to Andrei Kurtuy, Novo Resume CCO & Co-founder, for suggesting this material:
Being judged and evaluated by people with your future in their hands induces more anxiety than meeting in-laws. You’ve heard the interviewers and hiring managers say there are no right or wrong answers to calm you down before an interview.
But here’s the thing: They almost always look for a specific way of answering. Which brings us to this guide. We cover the most common interview questions and answers. Thereby, turning you into a bona fide interview expert by the time you finish reading.
To make this guide as practical as possible, we cover just about every interview question out there. Don’t let that put you off, though. You don’t have to read the whole thing end-to-end. To get the most out of the guide, we recommend:
- Going through all the common interview questions
- Checking out the situational interview questions section and learning how to answer questions relevant for you
- Learning what’s the idea behind behavioral interview questions, to easily answer whatever the HR manager shoots at you
First, look at one of Novo’s questions, with sample answers. Then, review the infographic with new tips for handling job interview questions.