What makes you think you are qualified for the job?
You may think you are qualified for the job for a number of reasons. Be upfront and tell the interviewer without being boastful or arrogant.
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Highlight any parts of the job or job description that sound like you. Tell the intervewer how closely you match the job description ("I'm an excellent writer." or "My great p…ersonality and helpfulness are perfect for customer service." or "I know many of the required software programs and I'm also a quick learner!" - Tell him or her what a hard worker you are, that you've hardly missed any work in the past, that you are talented at whatever the job is, etc. However, do NOT lie about any of this stuff! Only say it if its true! Tell them you truly believe you're the brightest. You have the best personality. You're the fastest learner. And YOU have the skills to get the job done and to be a great asset to the company! Answer Depending on the company and the job, they may have put a classified ad in a local newspaper or job listing site, or even their own corporate website - you may have even heard about the job through one of these sources! Anyway, the first thing you should do is gather information about the company, and the way they advertise the job; some may focus more on degrees, others on certifications like ASE or CompTIA, and others still will want to have employees with lots of prior work experience in a similar field. As you probably know, a useful and essential step to getting hired is learning about where you're working - even if it's just a supermarket or food service job. Most companies will try to competitively stand out from one another, so they don't all "blend in". What you need to do is emphasize your qualifications in relation to the requirements for the job, and then tie it all together with how it will impact the company based on how they want to stand out. Confusing? It's okay, read on - I promise that it'll get explained better! Here's an example of how I responded to this question in my last interview for a computer-related job: "I feel that I'm more qualified than others because of my decade of experience and specialty training in this particular system. I've gotten the opportunity to work with these systems on a scale that many people don't get the chance to. I know that 'Your Company' uses this network, and is especially in need of someone who can troubleshoot it and understand what's happening behind the scenes, and I feel confident that with my qualifications and experience, I could do just that for 'Your Company'." I've used this method for every interview and have had overwhelming success with it - in fact, I know it helped me get hired over older and more seasoned applicants and landed me my current computer-related position at a Fortune 50 company at the ripe old age of 24! The point is, you need to do more than just sell yourself in an interview - you want to make it automatic for the employer to hire you. You know that feeling you get when you go to a dealership and find a car that is EXACTLY what you've been looking for and you want it so bad you start imagining all the places you'll go with it? That's the feeling you're going for in your interview, or as close as you can to it. Even if you DON'T feel as qualified as others, you need to tie in your credentials to what the company is looking for, instead of just presenting them for the employer to look at, and then summarily ignore.
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Answer . I understand that I qualify because of of my vast knowledge and education in the area of the field (explain your credentials but don't BOAST). I also have the expe…rience which has developed my skills (explain your credentials here).Ultimately, because of my leadership in (explain leadership positions you've had or opportunities). That's why I believe I'm qualified because this job needs someone who has a strong background and a geniune interest in the field. Your Job Limited is the business based in Macclesfield
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You will have to answer this one yourself. If you cannot think of why you are qualified for whatever position it is, then you probably should not apply for the job. Pick a job… that you will be good at.
A person can be qualified for a job after getting a collegeeducation in the field. Experience in previous jobs may alsoqualify a person.
To answer the question you should mention your best skills. Youalso want to make sure you mention the skills necessary to carryout the job.
Not necessarily, that also depends on the individual, his/she expertise, experience etc. However, if the job requires a master's degree, that will leave out any possibilities …for the individual with the bachelor's degree.
i am graduate.
dependable , reliable, i think i will be a great asset to this company.
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You take courses in the language for which you wish to be a translator. If, for example, you wished to be a translator of German, you would take courses in the German language… (assuming, of course, that your native language was not German). Some employers of translators will accept some specific level of post secondary education in a foreign language as a qualification for the job, and some will accept a certification from certain agencies or organizations. For example, the US military certifies persons as linguists in specific languages, and assigns a numerical rating which indicates how proficient the individual is, all the way up to "native speaker". However, while most employers will accept education and/or an accepted certification in order for an individual to be considered for a job as a translator, most will also demand that the applicant take an examination to demonstrate proficiency prior to being actually hired. Another way to qualify to work as a translator is to move to a country other than your native country and, either before or after moving, become proficient in that country's language. For example, if a person whose native language was English were living in Germany, and he was proficient in the German language, he could become a translator of English into German, as well as the reverse.
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I have experience in this field for 9 years, I like to work as a team, with my knowledge and experience, I know that I can do this job.
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every one is qualified in something ,if u feel ur qualifed go for it.its just how u handle ur interview.
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