1 Tell us a little about yourselfThis "question" the job interview is often heralded. You should not digress too much and restrict you to the relevant facts for the job in your narrative. Whether you build your story chronologically or anti-chronological order, is up to you - but watch out for a clear structure. A response such as "That too is but everything in my CV" is one of the absolute taboo sets in a job interview .
Introduce yourself to critical inquiries such as "Why did you quit this job?" or "Can you explain why you are in this company have worked for such a short time? "one. Play this part in the run with a friend in the role of Personal through. Details of the private life you should initially missed.
2 What do you know about our company?Here we check how well you've prepared for the interview. The research on the company is essential for the success of the call. Collect in advance through various sources (eg corporate website, brochures or measuring) all information about the companies that you can find. Focus particular attention on the company's history and philosophy, products, current projects and numbers.
Showing you excited about the company and make it clear that you harbor a strong interest in the company. Your answer can you quiet with a "I have of course informed me in advance in detail about your company and ..." usher. If this question is not asked, so it makes sense to bring your knowledge elsewhere - for example, the next question ...
3 Why do you want to work for us / have you applied with us?Show enthusiasm and motivation - this is one of the most important questions in the interview! Again, you can revert to your collected information about the company. Lifting again all the positive aspects of the company and the site shows, which are particularly important to you.
, it should be clear that you can identify with the company and its products well and imagine, on a longer term basis to work there. Convince that you do not want to work anywhere, but at exactly this company. Evidence on which you can refer yourself here, such as the corporate culture, the company's prospects or even the products can be.
4 Why did you choose this industry / this job?What motivation did the candidates when choosing a career? The choice of the industry or profession should not be based on a whim or for lack of alternatives ("I have nothing found"). Much more, you should indicate that you have confirmed in your choice of personal interests and practical experience. If possible, put a connection between your interests and the job here. Plus points gathers the one who has already decided at a young age for a profession. Who, however, has often changed jobs and the industry looks leaps and bounds and involves the risk that it does not remain faithful long and the desired location.
5 Why do you want to leave your present job / why did you quit?here one you should under no circumstances do: express yourself badly about your last employer! This is evidence of poor style and lack of loyalty. Also, problems with colleagues or general conflict in the old job are better left unmentioned.
The reasons for the job changes should focus much more on your career goals, new challenges, and plans for the future and focus on the positive aspects of the intended site. For example, are a major area of responsibility, better development opportunities or searching for a new challenge understandable reasons.