Once jobseekers take a career test, they may feel as though they are on the fast-track to employment. However, these individuals still need to get through an interview.
While job candidates will be expected to answer a series of questions during an interview, they should consider asking themselves a few questions as a way of preparing, according to the International Business Times’ blog. On this website, career experts Jeanine Tanner O’Donnell and Dale Dauten highlighted three questions in particular.
Before jobseekers meet with an interviewer, they should ask themselves why they think this job is a great move for the company, how they can help the organization save or make more money, and how they will hit the ground running.
Rather than focusing on the job candidate specifically, O’Donnell and Dauten wrote that these questions place an emphasis on how these individuals can help their prospective employers.
At the same time, it is important for candidates to practice answering questions they are likely to be asked, according to U.S. News & World Report. These include questions about people’s interests, strengths and weaknesses.