There are many types of interview questions that employers may ask.
- Traditional Interview questions are meant to gain basic information about an applicant’s background, skills, and reasons for applying.
- Case Interviews present the interviewee with a problem to solve. Getting the correct answer is not as important as your analysis of the problem.
- Behavioral Interviews are based on the premise that past behavior predicts future behavior on the job. Questions are situation-based and often start with “Tell me about a time when.”
To best be prepared for questions that may come up in an interview, use the links to the left and take the time to review the different types of interview questions, along with tips on how to answer them effectively.