Interview Question & Answers
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Tell me what you know about our company.
"I know that your company is one of the top-producing auto-manufacturing firms in the nation, and that you currently employ about 70,000 workers. I also know that you’re planning a new hybrid vehicle rollout within the next three years. My background is in managing the research and development phases of new projects. I feel that I would be a great fit for that area of the project."
Do you plan on going back to school?
"Right now, I’m much more focused on getting some work experience under my belt. I had a part-time job in retail sales while I was in college, and I’ve wanted to get back into it ever since. I’d really like to join a fun, motivated sales team, and your company jumped out at me as a great place to work."
What do you do in your free time?
"I'm not one to just lounge around, so I stay pretty busy outside of work. I volunteer once a week tutoring high school students in my neighborhood. I also play on a rec league tennis team, participate in a book club, and take online classes for fun. I love learning, so I'll take on any new hobby that helps expand my mind."
Tell me about yourself.
"I started out as a product manager at a tech company, where I helped develop their mobile app. From there, I moved on to a start-up where I supervised the product team and really worked on my management skills. Now I’m excited to join a fast-paced, innovative product team where I can showcase what I’ve learned."
Do you prefer to work by yourself or in a team?
"I enjoy working by myself and as a team pretty much equally. I love taking on independent projects, but at a certain point, I want to put my head together with a team and really refine the concept. I also have enough experience to know that my work is better when I get input throughout the process. And in the end, it’s about making the best product possible."