Job Interview Answers

By: Jimmy Sweeney

Author of the brand new "Job Interview Secret"

Amazing Job Interview Answers Strategies

Job interview answers are easy to come up with when you have the time to prepare for them. But for most job interviewees, they never get that time. Instead they show up for the interview in their best clothes, sit, wait for the interview question, then have to put together their best answer right on the spot. Sometimes they are thinking quickly and clearly, and can put the best possible information out there. Sometimes they are not. Perhaps they are nervous, perhaps they donít quite get the question, perhaps they just didnít get enough coffee that morning. But for whatever reason, they give job interview answers that have them wanting to kick themselves in the head as they replay the interview in their head later. Luckily for the savvy job interviewer, it doesnít have to be that way.

Job interview questions, and the job interview answers that best address them can easily be predicted. If you know what elements are the most important to the company, then you know what the company will be looking for. If you know what the company is looking for, you know what questions they will ask. If you know what they want to hear, you know how to create your answer. In this process, the first step consists of finding out what is the most important to the company. This answer can ultimately be found through research. Going to published sources and people in your social network, you need to find out everything that you can about the company. At the very minimum, you must learn with a great deal of specificity what the target position does on a day to day basis. In addition, you need to find out what results the target employer expects from the position, and what results they consider indicative of success. Once you know those two things, congratulate yourself; you know whatís most important to the company.

More Job Interview Answers Advice

The job interview answers that you give should be the ones which show that you can do what is important to the company and achieve the results which they believe indicate a successful employee. The most efficient and effective way to convince the employer of this is to show that you have already done these things, or are in fact doing them right now. To sell that story, you need to have proof in the form of evidence and examples of your performance. Those are the kind of answers which you should spend the bulk of your time preparing for. To do this, simply look at the list of requirements and results, and think back to your job history. What actions and results from your past would you use to make the case that you can do the required work and get the required results? Those are your job interview answers.

To really make your job interview answers resonate with the interviewer, structure them into a situation, action and result format. Clearly describe the situation, list the actions which you took and the results that you achieved. Make sure as you do this that you manage to mirror the situation, actions and results of the target position. This allows the interviewer to visualize you performing the job in his or her head, and to believe that you are ready to come in and start working immediately.

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