6 Things Interviewers Want To Know

You practice your professional handshake, get your suit dry-cleaned, and arrive 15 minutes early, but sometimes it seems no matter how many interviews you go on, there are always a couple of questions that throw you for a loop. On the way home, you craft what would have been the perfect response. You ask yourself: “Why couldn’t I come up with that answer an hour ago?” The truth is you can’t know every question that will be asked during an interview ahead of time, but there are certain questions almost all interviewers will ask. Find out what interviewers want to know and be more prepared than ever. READ FULL ARTICLE ►Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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