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Every interviewer is different. Some stick to the traditional interview questions, and others get a little more creative in order to get to know you.
While the question “what do you like to do for fun?” may seem irrelevant it can tell interviewers something. Your answer can tell interviewers if you enjoy being around others, if you are adventurous, and if you will be a fun person to work with.
If the response to this type of question is “Ummm I don’t know” or “I like to watch TV” they may get an impression that you are reclusive or don’t enjoy being around others. Neither of these are good traits for an office environment. That’s why it’s good to be prepared for a wide array of questions.
Here are some common questions you may be asked in an interview. Think about them ahead of time and have answers in mind.
Things an interviewer CAN’T ask you about:
It’s a good idea to write out your answers to the typical interview questions ahead of time. With this preparation you will know what to say ahead of time and won’t be caught off guard. Practice answering them out loud as well. If you feel comfortable asking your roommate to do a mock interview, do it! The career center is also a great place to practice interviewing.
The questioning should not only go one way in an interview. Come prepared to ask your own questions as well. This will make you seem more interested and prepared and help you learn more about the company and the job.
Here are a few good questions to ask the interviewer:
These questions are a bit more personal, ask about what you are interested in or curious about. While there are many options, avoid asking about salary and benefits at this stage of the process.