My family comprises of 4 members my parents myself and my wife. I am the youngest and have 2 siblings my elder sisters. my father is 60 years old he is a business man. He runs his own business of cars. My mother is a house wife she spend her whole life for her children. My both sisters chooses medicine field. Both are nurse and work in hospitals
Tell them your background.
Asking about your family background is off-limits in a typical job interview. Employers should keep personal questions absolutely out of the interview process. If you're being asked about your background, maybe you should think about whether this is the employer for you.
When the application requests the applicant to tell about yourself, do not tell about your family background. Stick to your education, experience, and personal interests that help with the job. Only put family background if there is something that will help you get the job.
To introduce your educational background in a job interview wait until the employer you would like to be hired by asks your for your experience and your qualification.
You say what your hobbies are and what you excelled at in collage (or high school). You tell about your family also.
i will start introducing myself how am i then my education background
Unless your family is relevant to the position for which you are applying, why tell about family at all? If I am seeking a computer programmer, whether Dad was a plumber, a carpenter, or a surgeon makes no difference. Now, if Dad was one of the developers of the MS-DOS system, and you learned from him, THAT would be worth mentioning. Many applicants mistake a job interview for a social event. Stay on track.
You tell the truth.
tell me about your self?
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If you've never interviewed for a job before a friend of the family or businessman you know might be willing to walk you through a pretend job interview. If they have ever interviewed folks they can demonstrate typical questions, tell you why they ask them, tell you what thet want you to tell them, how they want you to act etc. You can do tis as an individual or in front of a group, each of which can be interviewed as well.
Do you enjoy it? If so, there's your reason.
Tell something about yourself.
Tell them that you see this as your chance to nurture your talent. Tell the interviewer that you believe that you can do well in their company.
You tell them the truth - whether or not you have the stamina to perform the job.
I'm 20 years old.
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When asked 'what other jobs are you applying for' in a job interview you should answer with the truth. Just tell the employer.
Tell them this is a work area, kids are not part of the job interview... I want you and only you.
why do you want this job? where did you work before and why did you leave? have you got any special pay requirments? how much of a team player are you? have you got a crimina record? medical problems? family status as in are you married, children ect..? tell us about yourself... there are some good book out there about how to preper for a job interview, look them up
It depends on the job and the choice of the interviewers to disclose those aspects during the interview. However, you should have seen the requirements in the job announcement and expect the typical questionnaire about your background on the application.
Call the employer the day before the interview and tell him that the interview needs to cancelled because of conflict in schedule. Discuss how the interview can be rescheduled. In case of acceptance to another job, call the employer again and inform him of the new job taken.
General questions asked in a Capitec job interview include any past experience in banking and customer service questions. There will also be background questions about education and work experience.
For me,the possible questions in job interview in call center are.... 1.why did you choose call center? 2.why should i hire you? 3.tell me about yourself.