List of Interview Questions

Common and Standard Interview Questions

Standard Interview Questions

These are the most common general job interview questions around credential verification and experience verification such as “Tell me about yourself?”, “Describe your employment history”, and “Do you have any questions?”

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Behavioral Interview Questions

Behavioral Interview Questions

Behavioral job interview  questions ask you what you would do or have done in certain situations.  Interviewers use these questions to subjectively analyze how you would behaviorally respond.

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Case / Problem-Solving Interview Questions

Problem-Solving Interview Questions

Problem solving job interview questions are often referred to as:

  • Brain Teasers Interview Questions,
  • Riddles Interview Questions,
  • Puzzles Interview Questions,
  • Logic Interview Questions,
  • Ivy League Interviews,
  • The Microsoft Interview,
  • or The Google Interview.

Problem solving interview questions serve a critical role in gauging a candidate’s problem solving skills, creativeness, resourcefulness, and thinking pattern.  These types of questions are so effective, many of the top companies such as Google, routinely incorporate problem solving questions into their interviews.

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Illegal Interview Questions

Illegal Interview Questions

These are questions that an interviewee are legally not obligated to answer.

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Top Interview Questions by Job

Top Interview Questions by Job

Besides the standard job interview questions that are normally asked on a job interview, there are job or profession specific interview questions that might be asked.

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Interview Questions to Ask the Employer

Interview Questions to Ask the Employer

One of the standard closing interview questions asked is “Do you have any questions?”.  Asking the right question will show if you are interested and provide you with information if the company and position are a good fit for your career.

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