Phone Interview Top Questions

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If you’re practicing the answers for the phone interview questions and setting your mood for the following interview you have to see these top 3 common questions. In the following paragraphs, we are going to discuss about how to respond to some of the most used questions in the job recruitment procedure. We are also going to write about viable answers and tips to help you pass the phone interview.

Number 3: What are your salary expectationsWhat salary do you expect for this position? Too frequently, this questions pops out even if you're in the preliminary stage of the interview. The role of this question is to discover your price, however you have to try to avoid a direct answer in order to maintain your negotiation power. Explain them you’re sure they’ll make you a reasonable offer and try to be unclear by utilizing the argument that you don’t have sufficient information about the job yet. If the interview operator pressures you, tell him your current salary and that you expect a fair increase.

Number 2:  What can you tell me about yourself? Almost every interviewer is going to ask this cliché question. Even if it’s not a very helpful question for the interviewer, since he has your CV and data already, this is still a question you have to respond the right way. Tell them about your work experience in fields that refer to the current opening. Avoid talking about your personal life and spare-time activities and stick to what is relevant to the current opening. Give brief and informative answers.

Number 1:  Why do you want to leave your current job? This is quite an aggressive question but it’s one of the most common phone interview questions ever. You have to have a business ground rather then a personal ground. Tell the interview operator anything that shows that you have no choice in leaving the previous job. Tell him your group is moving and you can’t move from the city at this time, tell him the corporation was sold to an investment group, tell him there were zero career advances at your former job or any other reason that no one can blame you for.

Read these phone interview questions carefully and find the best answer that suits your situation. Keep in mind that these are just a few of the most common phone interview questions but they are undoubtedly the most popular. Each time you’re scheduling an interview you need to be prepared. Before practicing possible questions try to discover as much as you can about the corporation in order to have an advantage that will help you win the phone interview.

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This article was published on 2011/09/01