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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (What would you do if you got behind schedule with your part of a project?)

Amazon_LogoSay the interviewer asks you this in a job interview:

What would you do if you got behind schedule with your part of a project?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (What will your job references say about you?)

Amazon_LogoSay the interviewer asks you this in a job interview:

What will your job references say about you?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (What are your long-term career goals?)

Amazon_LogoSay the interviewer asks you this in a job interview:

What are your long-term career goals?

What will you say?

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Why Do You Want To Work Here? How to Answer This Important Job Interview Question

Employers are very interested in knowing why you want to work for their company, in this job--so you'll almost always be asked some version of this job interview question.

In the video below, you'll see what you absolutely should never say in response to that question--along with tips for how you should answer it. You'll make a great impression and stand out as the one to hire. Click the video to play.

 

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (It’s your dime. – Interviewer doesn’t ask questions)

Amazon_LogoSay the interviewer tells you this in a job interview:

It's your dime. (Meaning, they don't ask questions and just wait to see what you do.)

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (If you were at a business lunch and you ordered a rare steak and they brought it to you well-done, what would you do?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

If you were at a business lunch and you ordered a rare steak and they brought it to you well-done, what would you do?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (How would you guide an alien through making a peanut butter sandwich?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

How would you guide an alien through making a peanut butter sandwich?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (How many tennis balls can you fit into a limousine?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

How many tennis balls can you fit into a limousine?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (How does your previous experience relate to this position?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

How does your previous experience relate to this position?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (How do you feel about working for a younger manager?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

How do you feel about working for a younger manager?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (Have you ever fired someone?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

Have you ever fired someone?

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (How do you set and achieve goals?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

Give an example of how you set goals and achieve them.

What will you say?

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (Describe the boss who could get the best work from you.)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

Describe the boss who could get the very best work from you.

What will you say?

This question is looking at fit—how you’ll fit into the organizational culture, and how you’ll fit with the person who would be your boss. Your answer shows your personality, your work style, and your communication skills. It also sheds light on your past relationships.

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (What will happen a year from now?)

Amazon_LogoSay you're asked this in a job interview:

Assume you come to work here. One year from now you go home at the end of the week and think that this is the best job you've ever had. What happened to make you feel that way?

What will you say?

If you ask others about the best job they’ve ever had, they almost never mention money. (If they do, it’s in relation to “I made great money while I was having fun!”)

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Amazon.com – How to Answer Interview Questions (Are you better at ‘managing up’ or ‘managing down’?)

Amazon_LogoAre you better at managing up or managing down? Your answer always needs to be, "I'm good at both."

Managing up or down is all about extreme communication skills.

Here’s how this works:

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