Why Should I Hire You? - How to Pass this Job Interview Question (with former CEO)

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In this video, I answer the job interview question "Why should I hire you?"
This is the best way I've ever seen to answer this question. I also include an example and a sample answer.


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There are many forms of this question:
Why should we hire you?
Why do you want to work here?
Why do you want to work for us?
Why do you want to work at our company?
Why do you want to work for us?
What makes you the best candidate?
Why do you want to join our company?
Why do you want this job?

I discuss how recruiters only really care about whether you meet the job requirements, and the difference between recruiters and hiring managers. Also, the need to do preparation and correctly prepare for your job interview, such as printing out the job description or job posting and annotating and highlighting it.

In my experience, being on both sides of interviews, using this best answer to "why should we hire you?" (or why should *I* hire you?) (with this example and sample) can avoid disasters and pitfalls during job interviews such as lack of flow, and the greatest flaw of all, which is not communicating your value to hiring managers, or communicating to recruiters how you meet all the posted job requirements.

I will be exploring all the common job interview questions, including "why should we hire you?" - the second most common job interview question - usually used towards the beginning of every job interview. Please see the other videos in my "Get Hired" playlist for more tips.

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