Have you considered personal entrepreneurship, and if you want to start a business, when are you going to start a business?
Tip: Since it is an interview, you are choosing to work, so avoid mentioning entrepreneurship. Because the difference between working and being a boss is too big, too much expression in the interview will make the interviewer uncomfortable. Many companies will be afraid that one day you will take away customer resources and technical secrets from him.
Recommended answer: I don’t currently consider starting a business; my goal is to work with peace of mind and make a difference in this industry and in this position.
What do you think is the biggest advantage and disadvantage of yourself from the perspective of work?
Tip: You can play by yourself depending on the job you are applying for.
Recommended answer: For example, doing things seriously and responsible for the beginning and end, willing to bear hard to pay, saying that these are definitely right. There are also some advantages that are relevant to the requirements of the post. For example, the technical staff said that the learning ability is strong, the business staff said that they have strong expressive ability, and the accounting staff said that they are steady and steady…
As for the shortcomings, don’t say that you don’t have it, or don’t think about it. Because no one is perfect, you say that you have no shortcomings. It is definitely not aware of your own shortcomings. Such people do not like companies. They must also pay attention to shortcomings. There is a principle, that is, some insignificant shortcomings, no new work. The shortcomings of influence. Be careful not to move your own feet.
Why did you leave your last job?
Tip: This question is very tricky. The principle is never to say bad things about the company or bad words from colleagues. It will only make you feel narrow-minded. It makes people feel that you have the idea of crossing the river to break the bridge, which will cause the test tube to be unpleasant.
Recommended answer: It can emphasize some unimportant objective reasons, such as the original company relocation, own moving, company position adjustment and so on. When you say the reason, pay attention to this reason. There must be no new work in the new work, otherwise it will be counterproductive.
What do you want to be like in the company two years later?
Tip: Because you don’t know much about the future working environment and the people around you, don’t talk nonsense, be concise, and answer the question. It’s easy to say that the interviewer doesn’t like listening.
Recommended answer: I hope to make some achievements in the post and get the recognition and appreciation of the leader. Through your own efforts, you can be promoted in the company… So there is generally no problem.
What do you most want to get from our company?
Tip: Don’t answer the company to learn, exercise, improve – these words are often liked by freshmen, and many people like to use the company as a training school. This idea is very naive. These words may be loved by teachers in the school. Your relatives and friends love to listen, but those who interview you may not like to listen. I want to remind everyone that the company does not exist for the purpose of training people, but for the sake of economic benefits.
Recommended answer: I hope to be qualified as soon as possible, get the recognition and appreciation of the leadership. It can be reused and upgraded in the future. Working in a company, the core of everything is job performance and business ability, so we must seize these two points.
Could you tell me something that was most impressive/fulfilled in your previous work?
Answer points: It is necessary to try to prove to the interviewer the truth of the story. The story needs to highlight how to work hard, concentrate, and get a positive experience from the company and colleagues. In principle, it must be a story of active work.
What do you want to be after five years (ten years)?
Tip: Don’t say that you have no plans or thoughts; this will make you look like you have no career plans and make a bad impression.
Recommended answer: I like the XX industry very much. I hope to make a difference in this industry and in your company and become the middle management of the company; become a small and talented person in this industry.