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Few things will give you “flop sweat” faster than being caught off guard by an unexpected question in a job interview.
In this unit, we’ll share some of the tough questions you might hear in a work from home job interview and we’ll give you some pointers and suggestions for answering them in a meaningful way!
- Tough Interview Question 1: How would you describe yourself in one word?
- Tough Interview Question 2: Why should we hire you?
- Tough Interview Question 3: How Do You Handle Stress?
- Tough Interview Question 4: Why do you want to work for our company?
- Tough Interview Question 5: Tell me about a time you’ve overcome an obstacle
- Tough Interview Question 6: Why do you want to work from home?
Rather than giving your interviewer a response that could come across as “generic,” like hard-working, try to come up with one that describes you and also helps your interviewer see you in the role you’re applying for…
However your interviewer phrases the question, their intention is the same. They want you to sell them on you!…
Interviewers want to know that they’re hiring people with great coping skills when the going gets tough. So, how do you answer this question in a way that will impress your interviewer?…
Interviewers who want to know if you’ve taken the time to research their company will often toss this question in. If you’re ill-prepared, they’ll spot it.
“I really like your company,” is not enough of an answer…
Some employers will ask this question to find out how you deal with difficulties. They want to know if you are a problem solver.
This is not occasion to tell a long-winded tale or to speak badly about the person(s) who may have caused the issue, but rather an opportunity to showcase your ability to act in a positive manner when faced with adverse situations…
When applying for a home-based position, many interviewers will ask why you want to work from home. Far too often, applicants who are caught off guard reply with an answer that doesn’t favor their chances of being hired…
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