Some typical interview questions include the following:
What the job being performed?
What are the major duties of your position? What exactly do you do?
What physical locations do you work in?
What are the education, experience, skill, and (where applicable) certification and licensing requirements?
In what activities do you participate?
What are the job’s responsibilities and duties?
What are the basic accountabilities or performance standards that typify your work?
What are your responsibilities? What are the environment and working conditions involved?
What are the job’s physical demands? The emotional and mental demands?
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