字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi guys, and welcome to Level Up English with me, Ashley Hale. Today, we are going to do a lesson on important interview tips to help you conquer a job interview. We will divide this lesson into five parts. One: Tell me about yourself. Two: Why should we hire you? Three: What are your strengths? Four: Why are you looking for a job change? And finally, why do you want to work with our company? Let's get started. In the first part of this lesson, we are going to focus on the very common question: Tell me about yourself. Now, there are five things you should focus on when speaking to someone about yourself. First, start with your name. Example: "My name is Ashley and thank you for seeing me today," or "My name is Ashley, nice to meet you. " Two: Provide information about your place or about where you are from. Example: "I am from South Africa, and I live in Johannesburg." Three: Give a short background on your education. Example: "I recently graduated from university, and I have a degree in____" - Here, you would mention the name of your degree. Four: Speak about your job experiences. Example: "I have five years of experience in teaching English, and prior to that, I worked as an engineer at ABC company." And finally, for the final part of this question, speak briefly about your family. Example: "I live with my family in South Africa. I have a husband and a son," or "I have a husband and a daughter." Next, we will focus on how to answer the question: Why should we hire you? For this part, make sure you explain why they should choose to hire you over someone else. You can do this by sharing your knowledge. Example: "Since I have just left university, I have a lot of theoretical knowledge in my field. I am ambitious and I will endeavor to do my best for your organization." Speak about your work experiences. Tap into any past work experiences you may have and how you added value to the organization you previously worked for. Talk about the skills related to the job. Example: "I am punctual and sincere, and I work hard to complete work on time, even if it means that I need to work after hours, I will also endeavor to fulfill all the needs of the company required from me." Talk about your career goals. Example: "I am hardworking and ambitious and will always work hard to move from strength to strength within your organization." Next, we will focus on the question: What are your strengths? The strengths that you should mention as you complete your interview are as follows. "I am great at adapting to different work environments and team exercises that may be presented." "I am very hard working. I am honest and optimistic, which goes far in promoting a positive work environment." "I am self-motivated and goal driven." Next, let's focus on the question: Why are you looking for a job change? For this part of the interview, you should explain what you have learned from your past jobs. Share exactly why you would like to change jobs. But, be careful not to speak badly about your previous company or your previous companies. Also, be sure to mention how the job you are applying for lines up with your career goals. And finally, let's look at one of the most popular questions that is bound to pop up at some time, and that is: Why do you want to work for our company? And here I have just two tips for you. First, explain to them what you like most about their company. Speak about the company environment and their mission statement. This way, the interviewer will also know that you took the time to research the company and prepare for the interview. Second, relate the job position to your long-term career goals. Example: "When I researched your company, I was thrilled to see that my skills match the requirements of your company and will allow me to successfully contribute to the future of the company." And that's it, guys. These are the tips to help you to conquer your job interview. If you enjoyed this lesson then please like and comment on this video, and don't forget to share this lesson with anyone else who may find this information useful. This is Ashley with Level Up English, signing out. I'll see you next time! Goodbye.