4. What are your strengths?
The job interview question, “What are your strengths?” may seem like a slam dunk question on its face. After all – this is your chance to brag a bit. That’s what the question is designed to do – allow you to “sell” yourself and your strengths.
However, if you’re not careful – the answer you give to this job interview question may actually HURT your chances at getting the job offer.
Some candidates make the mistake of talking too much and sharing too long a list of strengths or talking eloquently about strengths that are not relevant for the particular opportunity they’re pursuing.
There are some additional tips and tricks for using this question as a great opportunity to shine (or a missed chance) that you can see in the following answers.
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