Job interviews are not complete without the question “What are your Strengths?”
Candidates may find this question easy to answer, but you have to be careful to answer it because you may end up highlighting strengths that are not related to the job. Interviewers use this question to see if you are suited for the job and know if you match what your resume says about you.
Down below are some tips to help you answer this tricky yet fundamental interview question:
Know what the company is looking for
If you want to answer this question efficiently, you need to know what the company is looking for. Employers often look for candidates with a good amount of experience, critical skills like leadership, communication and analytical skills and a good background. You can also see what a company needs through the job listing.
When you see what the company needs, list…
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