When you’re on a job interview, you need to be armed with knowledge better than any other candidate.
We’ve given you some answers to tough interview questions in the past, and now we have some more suggestions for you — from a former headhunter.
“Apart from a healthy and perfectly natural case of pre-performance nerves, the only rational worry you have left is fear of the unknown,” Martin Yate, former director in Training & Development at Dunhill Systems and a career management coach for the past 35 years, writes in his book “Knock ‘em Dead 2012: The Ultimate Job Search Guide.”
With Yate’s suggestions, you can now be better prepared for those unexpected questions meant to baffle interviewees.
We compiled some of the toughest questions accompanied with answers and explanations that will get you to the next interview round.