Intimidating interview questions

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With this example, the job seeker is demonstrating initiative -- identifying a growing field of interest and finding a way to learn more about it as well as increase professional credibility with a certification.I would be careful about sharing a completely irrelevant skill, like ice skating or race car driving.I felt like I was not able to do my job as well as some of my co-workers, so I took some classes in Spanish.At work, I practiced speaking Spanish with my multi-lingual coworkers and customers. That was both fun and satisfying, and now I can speak more than one language.is the question that no one ever quite knows how to prepare to answer.

Notice the two part answers: (1) the (Confession) Some people would consider the fact that I have never worked in this field before as a weakness.

Luckily, there is a solution – prepare in advance for this dreaded question, and you will tame the monster!

Today, many HR professionals consider this question old-fashioned and pointless.

Hard skill weaknesses can be the best weaknesses to choose.

These are skills that you typically acquire through training and/or experience. These weaknesses are pretty clear, like the inability (or minimal ability) to: Being multi-lingual was not required for the job, but many of our customers were Hispanic and did not speak English very well.

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