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The 50 most common job interview questions

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    When it comes to preparing for a job interview,
    anticipating which questions you'll be asked is the first
    step.
  
  
    Glassdoor
    sifted through tens of thousands of interview
    reviews to find the questions hiring managers most
    frequently ask.
  
  You should be prepared to tell your interviewer your greatest
  strengths and weaknesses, salary requirements, and more.
  
  
    
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  You've heard it a million times: Practice makes perfect.

  That's especially true when it comes to interviewing for jobs.

  The very best thing you can do is prepare. And the best
  way to prepare is to think about and rehearse (but not memorize!)
  responses to the questions you'll most likely be asked.

  Not sure what those will be? The online jobs and career community
  Glassdoor
  sifted through tens of thousands of interview
  reviews to find the questions hiring managers most frequently
  ask. 

  Some of these common questions could pop up in your next job
  interview.

  • When it comes to preparing for a job interview, anticipating which questions you'll be asked is the first step.
  • Glassdoor sifted through tens of thousands of interview reviews to find the questions hiring managers most frequently ask.
  • You should be prepared to tell your interviewer your greatest strengths and weaknesses, salary requirements, and more.

You've heard it a million times: Practice makes perfect.

That's especially true when it comes to interviewing for jobs.

The very best thing you can do is prepare. And the best way to prepare is to think about and rehearse (but not memorize!) responses to the questions you'll most likely be asked.

Not sure what those will be? The online jobs and career community Glassdoor sifted through tens of thousands of interview reviews to find the questions hiring managers most frequently ask.

Some of these common questions could pop up in your next job interview.

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