Common Interview Questions

Ensure you have done your homework on the business, recruiter, role and are ready to confidently sell yourself as being the best candidate:

  1. Why are you leaving your current role? Have you discussed them with you boss? (If currently working)
  2. What is your current salary? What salary are you seeking?
  3. What are three positive things your current (last) boss would say about you?
  4. What were your reasons for applying for this particular role?
  5. What questions do you have of me?
  6. Tell me about yourself (Most common opening question)
  7. What are your goals? Where do you see yourself in 5 years' time?
  8. Drawing upon your experience, what do you believe the major benefits will be to this organisation if we were to offer you the role?
  9. Why should we hire you?
  10. What can you do for us that other candidates can't?

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