3) Tell me about your biggest strengths? - Deepstash
Countering The Great Resignation

Learn more about career with this collection

Ways to counter the Great Resignation

Strategies for making better decisions

Tips for giving effective feedback

Countering The Great Resignation

Discover 90 similar ideas in

It takes just

12 mins to read

3) Tell me about your biggest strengths?

3) Tell me about your biggest strengths?

I always encourage my clients to try to find their “golden skill,” the thing that sets them apart and makes them a perfect fit for any role. The skill you choose to emphasize might change based on the job you are exploring. Research is key here as well—you want to identify to the best of your ability what the company needs the most, and find a way to frame your “golden skill,” your greatest strength, as exactly what they are looking for, what they need to solve any problem that they may face.

According to a 2021 survey, this old standby is still one of the most popular interview questions, with 51% of interviewers utilizing this question in their arsenal.


574 reads


4) When can you start?

4) When can you start?

Don’t be afraid to ask for more time. You may feel excitement or pressure to commit when you receive your offer, but don’t forget to advocate for yourself, even if that means asking for a few extra days to consider the offer.

Take this opportunity to reiterate how e...


562 reads

1) How have you approached building professional relationships while working remotely?

1) How have you approached building professional relationships while working remotely?

Here’s a few ideas on how to address this question in a thoughtful way:

Gettingto know a new person can be so tough without ever getting the chance to meet in person, so if I get the opportunity to get to know your staff, I plan to do my best to take every opportunity to share m...


875 reads

5.) Do you have any questions?

5.) Do you have any questions?

  • “I understand that this position is advertised as fully remote. Do you anticipate a time when you expect the person holding this position to transition to in-person work?”
  • “Office culture is very important to me, and I wonder how you feel your staff has been handling...


621 reads

2) What are your salary expectations?

2) What are your salary expectations?

That being said, I always remind my clients that whoever gives a number first puts themselves at a disadvantage. This is why I think the best answer to this questions goes a little something like this:

“I’m flexible when it comes to salary; my number one priority right now is findin...


829 reads




Being an INFJ... " Every soul has to taste death' one day, so be kind to everyone, even when he's your enemy "

Related collections

More like this

'So, Tell me about Yourself'

... or some version of that is one of the most fundamental and common questions asked in any first round of a Job Interview.

Hiring managers usually like to ask this question, because it allows them to assess your communication skills, hear your narrative about the highlights of your ca...

Interviewer biases

No matter how good your questions are, you still pick up more noise than signal, and one of the most distracting noises is interviewer biases.

Interviewers make up their minds about who they're going to hire, if they like this candidate in front of them **dat...

Keep Your Communications Short

Keep Your Communications Short

The benefits of brevity must be included in these golden rules of collaboration.

Say what you need to say as efficiently as possible. Give some color, some background, and certainly any necessary context. But the more efficient you can be in communicating what needs to get done to yo...

Read & Learn

20x Faster





Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving & library

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Personalized recommendations

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.


I agree to receive email updates