What are the questions you normally encounter during job interviews?

United Arab Emirates
December 5, 2009 8:10am CST
Being prepared before a job interview is a must. There are a lot of possible questions that you might be asked but what are the questions did you encounter when you were interviewed?
2 responses
@thenieruz (137)
• United States
5 Dec 09
My first interview was apparently weird (according to people who asked me how it went and I explained it.) I went in and the interviewer first reminded me it was a part time job (only 20hours a week). Then she proceeded to explain what the job entailed in depth and it felt almost like she was training me to do it already. The only question she asked was if I was still working at my prior job. I didn't get the job so it made me wonder if she did the same thing for each and every applicant. Wouldn't it seem misleading to walk someone through the steps of a job if they weren't guarenteed the job? My second interview they only asked if I had a driver's license. So that's my experience, probably not too helpful though!
@airasheila (5458)
• Philippines
5 Dec 09
Good day to you Somethingbig, With reference to your query, when I had my job interview, they asked me what can I contribute to the company since the last position I had is not directly related to what I am applying for. I just replied - "Everything can be learned. Everything can be done thoroughly if you have the determination and patience to gain the knowledge. And with the help of God, everything will be fine. Nothing is impossible if you raise up everything in prayers". This is the exact words that I said when I had my first interview overseas. A friendly reminder, before you go to your interview, say a little prayer for you and to the person who will conduct the interview that God will the one to speak in behalf of you.