It is a list of all Airport interview questions.
I. Common interview questions
1. Tips to answer question Tell me about your self
• Keep your answer succinct and to the point.
• Be work specific and tell the hiring manager about where you are now professionally, what you havelearned from your past work experiences and then talk about what makes you excited about this specific opportunity.
• Do your company research and find out exactly what strengths and qualities this specific company is looking for and in your answer try and show the hiring manager you possess them (You can discover these strengths or qualities in the job description or on their website.)
• Don’t dive into your life story.
• The hiring manager doesn’t want to hear about you “growing up on 28th avenue down the road from the Trader Joe’s and how it was a coincidence because you had a brother named Joe! (etc…)”.
• Don’t go on about experience you may have that isn’t related to the job you’re interviewing for.
2. Tips to answer question What are your career goals?
• Demonstrate when you answer the question your level of commitment to the position they are interviewing you for.
• After you have demonstrated your commitment to the role you are interviewing for, outline a realistic growth strategy that is directly tied to the role you’re in and the needs and values of the company.
• Stress your interest in a long-term career at the company
• Don’t exhibit ambition to the point of seeming like this particular job is just a “brief stepping stone” for you. You need to show commitment.
• Don’t say you want to be CEO of the company in 5 years.
• Don’t say “Actually I want to be in YOUR seat within the next 5 years.” to the hiring manager.
3. Tips to answer question What Is Your Greatest Strength?
• Grab hold of the opportunity this question gives you. This question really lets you guide the interview where you want it to go. This your chance to relate your most impressive success story, so take advantage!
• Highlight a strength that is crucial to the position. (As I mentioned earlier)
• Find out from your company research and from the job description what strengths the company puts a lot of stock into.
• Don’t make claims that you can’t illustrate with a brief example or fact.
• Don’t be overly modest but don’t claim to be Superman or Superwoman either.
• Don’t name a strength that is irrelevant to the job at hand.
4. Tips to answer question Do You Have Any Questions For Us?
• Focus your questions on the company and what you can do for them.
• Ask about something you’ve discovered in your company research. This will show your passion and knowledge of the company.
• Ask if there is any reason the hiring manager wouldn’t hire you. (This can be a little daunting to ask BUT can really pay off. It allows you to address something they may be thinking in their head but haven’t brought up.)
• Never say “No, I think I’m good.” Always have questions ready!
• Don’t focus your questions on yourself and what you can get from them. (i.e.
• Don’t ask questions that you could easily find the answer to.
• Don’t ask about time off and benefits too early in the process.
• Don’t ask how soon you can start applying for other positions in the company.
II. Other interview questions