Providing a good answer to these questions can help you throughout the hiring process. You can read more about options for how to answer these questions on the Job Interview Questions and Answers page at ResumeHelp.
At the end of the interview, the interviewer will typically ask, “Do you have any questions for me?” It’s important that you have a few questions ready to ask, as this reflects very well on you as a team member. Some of the most common questions include, “What should I be ready for next?”, “When will I know about a job offer?” and “What does a typical day look like in this type of work?” By having questions like these ready, you’ll seem more prepared and interested in the job.
You don’t. Although there are some common questions that you can prepare for, the best option is instead to practice the STAR method, which is an effective way to respond to any question at the moment. It’s also a good idea to brush up on all the experiences you had in your last job, so you can be more prepared for the questions.
Look for places where you can indicate these important elements. For example, if you have an employment gap, you could clear this information up in the question, “Tell me about yourself.” Have a list of resume highlights you can feature during your interview as evidence that supports specific skills or qualifications, then include those pieces of information throughout.