While they are countless different jobs on offer out there, what they have in common is the questions that employers and recruitment agencies will ask you. Most employers want to know the same things about who you are and why you would make their company better. There are plenty of ways to answer those questions, but it’s the way the potential employee approaches those answers that will be the key.
The employer will likely ask why the job candidate is the right person for the job and who the person is. It’s best to bring up relevant experience at that point.
The employer wants to know more about what you’ve done and how you will make them better than about your personal interests. It’s also important to have anecdotes about how you have found success while attaining that experience.
Another common question is when the employer asks what the candidate is weak at. It’s important for the candidate to be honest, but also to include measures that are being taken to combat that weakness. Weaknesses are fine, but recognition and action regarding them are impressive to an employer.
When you are preparing for a job interview, there is plenty of research to be done. But the most important thing to do is prepare for the most common questions you will be asked and know how you can give the best response possible to them.