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“Why should we hire you?” sounds like a straightforward question, but in reality, it’s one of the trickiest interview questions you can get. Moreover, any interview really boils down to this one thing—Why should we hire you? And if you can’t answer this, then your interview…
Don’t even let your mind go there. Read our article, and find out how you should answer this meta interview question correctly, once and for all.
This interview hiring question guide will show you:
Why they ask "why should we hire you?".
How to answer "why are you a great candidate for this job?" in a way that wins the interviewer over.
What answer works best when the recruiter asks "why do you think you are the best fit for this position?".
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A job interview is a formal situation. It means men should wear a suit jacket with a shirt and tie and women a suit with a skirt or pants. If you don't know what to wear, ask the recruiter about the dress code.