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10 Challenging Interview Questions

10 Challenging Interview Questions
Every applicant knows it, just when you think you have convinced the recruiter, you get an unconventional question, what you'll do!? read this article which contains common 10 challenging interview questions and how to deal with.
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10 CHALLENGING INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

You can never predict what exactly you'll be asked to do during a job interview, the answers below to our ten most challenging interview questions may give you a helping hand:

Why do you leave your current employer?

If the reason for your departure lies in personal disagreement with your former manager and / or colleagues, it's better not to bring this to the attention. Such a situation only raises more questions and can (unconsciously) paint an incorrect picture of your personality with the interviewer. Instead, explain that you're looking for a new challenge, tell how enthusiastic you're about the role you're applying for and how strongly you recognize yourself in the profile you're looking for.

How do you respond to control from above?

Emphasize here that you're good - and happy! - cooperates with others, either as an individual specialist or as a team. Show that you understand that teams (usually) must be managed by a manager and give a telling example of how you have dealt with top-down professional management in the past.

How well can you handle criticism?

Here you can show yourself from your most human side by indicating that everyone makes mistakes and that you see constructive feedback as learning moments that take you further in your career and / or specialization. When interviewers ask for an example, tell about constructive criticism that you once received - preferably it concerns criticism that doesn't apply to the position you're applying for - and what you subsequently did to overcome that criticism.

What motivates you?

This isn't the time to start talking about money or material matters. Better options are: being part of a good performing team; contribute to important and meaningful projects; or see how much impact your insopts have for customers and / or the company.

How long would it take before you make a difference if you started today?

You can always count on this that you hope to contribute from day one, but also remain realistic and explain that it will probably take a few months before you have mastered the operation of the company sufficiently to be able to make a noticeable impact to have.

Have you also had other job interviews / are planned?

This is an excellent question that you can use to control the situation. After all, a popular - or supposedly popular - candidate appears attractive to every employer. So indicate that you're actively looking for a new challenge, but don't give the impression that you would prefer a different job than the one you're applying for.

What is your knowledge of the company?

Here your preparation for the job interview pays off. Briefly explain what you have learned about the company and show that you would like to know more.

How do you distinguish yourself from other candidates?

This question is ideal for displaying your capacities. Tell about your achievements so far and about the teams within the company that you expect to work with.

We consider you over-qualified for this role. How do you view this yourself?

Explain that you would like to commit to an organization for the long term. You can say that you believe that your previously explained experience allows you to make significant contributions to the organization from the first moment. You can add here that you believe that the function is tailored to you.

Is there an aspect that you don't find interesting about this job?

With this question it's better to say as little as possible. It's good to say that you have read the job description thoroughly and that you're currently enthusiastic about all aspects of the job and you want to take on the new challenge. You can also show your maturity by admitting that some things might turn out to be less interesting in the future than others, but this is the case with every job.



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