common questions guidelines to proper answers 常见问题及应对技巧
by rehearsing interview questions, you'll become more familiar with your own qualifications and will be well prepared to demonstrate how you can benefit an employer. some examples:
"tell me about yourself."
make a short, organized statement of your education and professional achievements and professional goals. then, briefly describe your qualifications for the job and the contributions you could make to the organization.
"why do you want to work here?" or "what about our company interests you?"
few questions are more important than these, so it is important to answer them clearly and with enthusiasm. show the interviewer your interest in the company. share what you learned about the job, the company and the industry through your own research. talk about how your professional skills will benefit the company. unless you work in sales, your answer should never be simply: "money." the interviewer will wonder if you really care about the job.
"why did you leave your last job?"
the interviewer may want to know if you had any problems on your last job. if you did not have any problems, simply give a reason, such as: relocated away from job; company went out of business; laid off; temporary job; no possibility of advancement; wanted a job better suited to your skills.
if you did have problems, be honest. show that you can accept responsibility and learn from your mistakes. you should explain any problems you had (or still have) with an employer, but don't describe that employer in negative terms. demonstrate that it was a learning experience that will not affect your future work.