We have come to the final Part 4 of the 4 Part Series, Difficult Job Interview Questions & How to Respond Strategically.
In Part 1, we addressed the question, “Why should I hire you?” and how to respond to get a positive feedback from the interviewer. You can check out Part 1 video here
Part 2 tackles the next difficult question, “How do you handle deadlines?“. Part 2 helps you to say strategic things to establish a better rapport with the employer #interviewing you. You can check out part 2 here.
Part 3, we explored how to answer the question, “Have you ever been fired & why?”. Part 3 helps you to honestly and strategically respond to the employer by packing it professionally. Go check out Part 3 here.
Let’s get into Part 4…
The difficult question we are wrapping up with… “What are you weaknesses?”. You have to understand what employers are looking for when they ask this question. They are not necessarily looking for your weaknesses, they are listening for how you overcome those weakness or shortcomings. If you are looking for direct coaching through these and other key interview questions,
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