Video: What Are Your Weaknesses?

Job Interviews: What Are Your Weaknesses?

Job Interviews: What Are Your Weaknesses? : When asking 'What Are Your Weaknesses?' what does your interviewer want to hear?  Rikke Hansen tells VideoJug how best to navigate this question, and give the best possible answer to your interviewer.When asking 'What Are Your Weaknesses?' what does your interviewer want to hear? Rikke Hansen tells VideoJug how best to navigate this question, and give the best possible answer to your interviewer.

  1. Step 1: What They Are Really Asking

    Interpret the questions. What the interviewer really wants to know is what risks they are potentially taking by hiring you. It is also a stress question, and by asking you a stress question they can see how you react when it is thrown at you.

  2. Step 2: What They Don't Want To Hear

    They don't want to hear that you have a huge weakness that can't be corrected under any circumstances, or something that would really negatively impact your performance on the job. They also don't want to hear about a personal trait that has no bearing on the job itself.

  3. Step 3: What They Do Want To Hear

    They do want to hear you being honest about a minor weakness you have, and that you are doing something about it. You should turn the negative into a positive and show that you are not only aware of this weakness, but doing something about it.




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