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    How To Answer Strengths And Weaknesses During A Job Interview

    When you go for an interview, often you will come across a job interview questions on how to answer strengths and weaknesses. It’s also a question, which you might find little difficult to answer in a way that could impress the interviewer.

    Here we share some of the best answers to the question, “What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses”. First, let’s improve our understanding of why this question is asked in the first place.

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    If you've ever been asked the question "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" in a job interview, you probably immediately noticed your heart racing. How do I say what I'm not good at without looking terrible and say what I am good at without bragging? Yep, this is a toughie. But there's a secret formula that can help you succeed: Emphasize a positive quality or skill that's needed for the job, and minimize—but be truthful about—the negatives.

    Let's say two candidates—we'll call them Francine and William—have job interviews for a customer service manager position. As always, one of the interview questions they'll be asked is about their strengths and weaknesses.

    First up is Francine. When she's asked, "What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?" Francine responds, "My strength is that I'm a hard worker. My weakness is that I get stressed when I miss a deadline because someone else dropped the ball."

    This answer is unimaginative, a no-brainer. Most people think of themselves as hard workers—who would actually admit to not being a hard worker? Also, Francine's weakness is technically not a weakness, plus she passes the buck: Someone—not her—drops the ball, which causes her to get stressed.

    Now it's William's turn. He also has difficulty with the question. "I really can't think of a weakness," he begins. "Maybe I could be more focused. My strength is probably my ability to deal with people. I am pretty easygoing. I usually don't get upset easily."

    This answer leads with a negative, and then moves to vague words: maybe, probably, pretty and usually. William isn't doing himself any favors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaely smith View Post
    If you've ever been asked the question "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" in a job interview, you probably immediately noticed your heart racing. How do I say what I'm not good at without looking terrible and say what I am good at without bragging? Yep, this is a toughie. But there's a secret formula that can help you succeed: Emphasize a positive quality or skill that's needed for the job, and minimize—but be truthful about—the negatives.

    Let's say two candidates—we'll call them Francine and William—have job interviews for a customer service manager position. As always, one of the interview questions they'll be asked is about their strengths and weaknesses.

    First up is Francine. When she's asked, "What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?" Francine responds, "My strength is that I'm a hard worker. My weakness is that I get stressed when I miss a deadline because someone else dropped the ball."

    This answer is unimaginative, a no-brainer. Most people think of themselves as hard workers—who would actually admit to not being a hard worker? Also, Francine's weakness is technically not a weakness, plus she passes the buck: Someone—not her—drops the ball, which causes her to get stressed.

    Now it's William's turn. He also has difficulty with the question. "I really can't think of a weakness," he begins. "Maybe I could be more focused. My strength is probably my ability to deal with people. I am pretty easygoing. I usually don't get upset easily."

    This answer leads with a negative, and then moves to vague words: maybe, probably, pretty and usually. William isn't doing himself any favors.
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    Well thanks a lot for the example you have given here so that anyone who are preparing for interview will get to know how should be respond to this type of question.
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