The Tough Questions
The questions here are not meant to include all the tough questions you’ll be asked. Indeed, the intent is to get you thinking about how you discuss the job and your qualifications, instead of what practiced speeches you can prepare.
Again, remember that the job interview is a meeting on your first day of the job. Your primary focus is what you can bring to the hiring manager and the company.
Tell Me About Yourself
This is the most important, and potentially toughest, question you’ll be asked. If you’re prepared for only one question, make it this one. All the other questions may or may not get asked, but this one is in every interview, even if not in these words. It’s the classic opener that gives room for you to explain ...