So you have managed to sell your strengths to the interviewer, get ready for the job interview quite well, but what now?
Well, now comes the time for the most dreadful question, ‘What in your opinion are your weaknesses?’
This is one of those questions that have been terrifying a number of individuals, especially the fresh graduates who have no prior experience of tackling such simple-sounding yet perplexing interview questions.
You cannot say that you do not have any weaknesses, as this would make the interviewer think that you are being over smart. Even if you do mention about any weakness of yours, you never know what weakness backfires and end up costing you an interviewer as well as a lucrative job.
No one will argue with the fact that people who are involved in science for a long time, have a different mindset. Even if the scope of your activities is far from a science, the habit of scientifically thinking will bring you a great benefit because you will learn how to solve various problems (work, […]
The fact that children come into the world with a seemingly unquenchable inquisition is a good thing for encouraging them to take an interest in their academic subjects. This natural curiosity is perfect for subjects (like science) that involve understanding the world around us.
Here are some tips on nurturing this natural desire to explore.
Job interviews are never easy. Whether an interview is in person or over a video conference or telephone call, everyone experiences nervous jitters when they know they’re about to put their career on the line and be judged on every aspect of their professional life. There’s nothing wrong in being nervous during an interview, but it’s important to not let your nerves get the best of you and negatively impact how well you do. With a little preparation and these four helpful tips you can conquer those nasty jitters and kick that interview behind.