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Career Advice

Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

Sage advice like this is priceless.

Tough Interview Questions With Good Answers

Knowing how to answer a tough interview question is a skill that can be learned with practice. People don't go on interviews that often, and its not something you learn in school so getting help from career professionals is useful.

The interviewer is interested in your personality as well as technical skills so no matter how tough the question try to apear confident and pleasant.

Here are a couple quick examples of a tough interview question with a good answer suggested:

Q : "What are your salary expectations?"

Suggestion: This is a tough interview question since you don't wish to appear too focused on the money. You can try to turn the question around...

A : "Based on our discussion, what do you feel an employee with my skills is worth?"

Q : "Are you interviewing with any of our competitors?"

Suggestion: This is a tough interview question since you want the interviewer to know that you're interested in the opportunity but are not desperate. They need to entice you to come over too.

A : "Yes, but your company is my first choice."

These are just examples - there is more than one way to answer a tough interview question.

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