Every candidate attends the interview with a hope that he could make the employer hire him instantly. If you are job seeker and busy in giving interviews these days, then you might definitely be aware of one of the most common questions that usually an employer asks.
Most of the employers ask for reasons as to why the company must hire you. In most cases, the answer to this question is the deal cracking moment. If the answer would be appropriate for the employer then he would hire you, otherwise no.
So, here are some tricks to answer this question and increase the chances of hiring:
Let your employer know about some of your soft skills for the job role. These skills really matter in any organization and determine the measure of your performance.
Inventory of Requirements
You must first of all make sure that you are very aware about the job role and its requirements. Make an inventory of the requirements that the designation demands from you. After this, think of some qualities in you that are perfect to fulfill those requirements. This way you can offer them a perfect match of their requirements.
No need to be short and sweet here. Give a detailed explanation of your achievements, skills and talent. Show them, how unique and capable you are. Prepare yourself and be ready to explore your talent in the interview room.
Finding the Match
While you are explaining what you can offer to the company, just give a small glimpse of what you want from the company. Do not make false claims, as it would be harmful to you in the long run. Your employer must feel that whatever you are demanding is really worth it. The amount of talent and expertise you offer to the company must be bigger than what you demand for.
Next time, when you are in such a situation, keep these tips in mind and just impress the employer..!!
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