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Frequently asked questions in an rehabilitation career interview?

Asked El Paso, Texas

Hi I'm Eddie but most people call me Eduardo don't call me that though. Anyways I wanted to know for the longest time what kind of questions am I going to get when I go to an interview for my career path? I hope atleast someone answers cause your boy is desperate to know. love u bye #career

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Krista’s Answer

Updated Suwanee, Georgia

Here are some common interview questions:

Tell me about yourself.

Why are you interested in working for this company?

Tell me about your education.

Why have you chosen this particular field?

Describe your best/worst boss.

In a job, what interests you most/least?

What is your major weakness?

Give an example of how you solved a problem in the past.

What are your strengths?

How do others describe you?

Misty’s Answer

Updated Huntsville, Alabama

Hi Eddie. Great way to prep ahead of time.

Most interviews are focused on you and your knowledge of the field and the company you are trying to go to work for. For example, you may be asked things like "what would make you a good candidate for this position", or "how many years experience do you have in (insert field here)". You may also get asked things like "how much do you know about our company and what we do here"? My suggestion would be to make sure you have professional answers and not the first thing that flies to mind. Make sure you have done your research on the company you are applying to in case the question arises of "why do you want to work for the company"?. I would also suggest that at the end of the interview to ask if there is anything you could improve on in terms of your interview just for future reference.