What Is Your Best Job Interview Question?
"What do you want out of this role and the company? And where do you see yourself in five years?"
"If you weren't doing [fill in the blank here], what would you do?"
"When I call your old boss, what will she say about you?"
I have to chose from the list above?
But my best question is different.....it was " What question would you like to ask me now, it can be anything?' by one Regional Manager in one of the Life Insurance Company in my earlier Job. This was the most interesting question I faced so far.
My question to my interviewer was, " Would you have been nervous about whether you will get this job in the role reverse situation ( means if i would have been interviewing you, sir) ?"
I was selected on the spot for the job, he he he.
Thank you, Good question.
I was just giving some questions that I have been asked in the past
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