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When being asked, 'why are you the perfect candidate for this job' during an interview, allows the interviewee the opportunity to talk about their accomplishments in the field, along with any education and training pertaining to that position. They can also talk about past experiences where they have been praised for doing something valuable while holding a similar position.

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