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Current Job

Your "current job" is a frequent interview subject.  Listed below are a few of the possible interview questions related to your "current job" that you may be asked in the interview.  Review each interview question below to prepare yourself for the interview.

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Job Interview Questions

Notice how small changes in the interview questions will change your answer.  Possible follow-up questions are noted with a bullet.  Use our mock interviews based on actual job listings and interviews for more interview practice:  

  1. What prompted you to take your current job?

  2. Why do you want to leave your current position?

  3. What were your three greatest accomplishments on your last job?

  4. Describe a typical day at your present position.

  5. What do you like the most about your current job?

  6. What do you like the least about your current job?

  7. Why do you want to change jobs?

  8. How has your current position prepared you to take on greater responsibilities?

  9. How does your current job qualify you for this position?

More possible interview questions along with follow-up interview questions for all interview key words are available in our interview guides.

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Why do I want to leave my present job?  Is it OK to answer, "The pay is too low."?

It may be the truth but it does sound crass.  How about, I am looking for an organization that can best use my abilities and skills.  You do not want to come across as someone who will move to the higher bidder.  Also, research the companies where you are applying and find some positive reasons (not to do with salary or challenging you) for making the move. 

Here are more tough interview questions and situations answered in the Complete Interview Guide:

  • When asked on an application, "If presently employed, why do you wish to change positions?"  What do you put down?

  • I left my previous job because I didn't enjoy the job.  How do I answer when asked why I left my previous job?


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