When going down the job hunting road and finally getting that interview, it is not as easy as you think. Some questions presented can be quite challenging. You may be asked about using humor in your last presentation and how that worked. That humor question may spill over into a humorous experience with your coworkers. You may also encounter questions about your tolerance and patience. You may be tested out for your ability to listen. The interviewer will also inquire of your failures and how you dealt with them. They may touch on self improvement and how you were able to learn from experiences. So its not all about work related subjects as employers are looking for character, who you are, what decisions you make and what you believe in from your personal life, not just work related situations.
- An interviewer may ask about a time you used humor and wit in the workplace.
- You may be asked to describe a time when you had to listen to other people’s viewpoints to make an important decision.
- Someone interviewing you may ask about your view of using patience at work.
“It is important to remember that work ethics will get a boost, and your enthusiasm is likely to be contagious.”