Preference-Based Job Interviews
Know What Makes You Happy
Designed to help you identify
what you want from your career
The preference-based interview technique helps you identify what you want from a career. The interview questions are asked based on the theory, for example, that an accountant may rather be a marketing manager.
Knowing how to prepare for an interview of this nature is not necessary; it is best to give interview answers straight from the heart. Preference-based job interview questions are most often asked by recruitment firm consultants.
Preference-based interview questions may seem general and unrelated to the job opening. Here are some common interview questions you may encounter:
- What do you see yourself doing in ten years?
- Describe the kind of company you would like to work for.
- Which industries most appeal to you?
- Where would you like to live?
- Why are you exploring other career options?
- Who had the most significant impact on your life?
- Describe some past mentors.