Why are you interested in this position?
Example: “I am interested in this job because I can see that in this role my abilities could help solve this problem in your company. I also see an opportunity for me to learn and grow these skills so we would both benefit from it personally, professionally and financially.
What makes you a good fit for this job?
Your job ethics and personality and how they are reflected in your work. A unique skill that makes you stand out in a team. Once your individuality or innovation helped your team achieve a goal.
What motivates you to apply for this role?
learn new things. come up with creative ideas to improve something or make something new. analysis of complex data to draw clear and simple conclusions. works well as part of a team.
What are you interested in examples?
Personal interests for a resume
- Volunteer work / community involvement. Many businesses are actively involved in their communities, so any community involvement or volunteer work you refer to can easily be considered relevant. …
- Club membership. …
- Blogging. …
- Sport. …
- Art. …
- Game. …
- Traveler. …
Why do you want this job and why should we hire you?
Show that you have the skills and experience to do the job and deliver great results. You never know what other candidates will offer the company. But you know yourself: emphasize your key skills, strengths, talents, work experience and professional performance that are fundamental to getting great things done in this position.
Why do you want this job?
‘I see the role as a way to develop my career in a forward-looking / well-established company / industry as …’ ‘I feel I want to succeed in the role because I have experience with / soften skills that demonstrate / I have taken this course … ” I think my skills are suitable for this job because … “
What are your weaknesses?
Examples of weaknesses related to your work ethic may include:
- Leaves projects unfinished.
- Provides too many details in reports.
- Switch from one project to another (multitasking)
- To take credit for group projects.
- Takes too many projects at once.
- Takes too much responsibility.
- To be too detail-oriented.