When reading the top 10 job interview questions, think about the answer in terms of what the interviewer wants to really find out from you.
The interviewer is listening for many things in the job interview. The answer you provide says a lot about you - who you are, what you value, how analytical you are and so on.
You have to show the interviewer more than your capability of answering a few questions. You have to show him/her how much you know about the company you are interviewing with, how professionally you can interact with others, and how well you communicate.
Plan your answers in advance and you'll have a much better chance of succeeding in the job interview.
As you prepare for your next job interview, focus on what the interviewer is expecting from you. When he/she asks if you are willing to relocate, the question is more about your flexibility and commitment than it is about a specific location (at least in many cases).
When you are able to answer these questions in a way that provides the interviewer with a full picture of your capabilities, you will have a much better chance of getting a job offer.
You will likely be asked more than these top 10 job interview questions, but being prepared for these questions will set you up nicely for any others that come your way.
And, just to help you with some additional job interview tips, here are the Top Interview Guidelines as provided by the State of Idaho's website:
Source: Interviewing Tips
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