Top 10 Job Interview Questions & Answers (for 1st & 2nd Interviews)


This top 10 job interview questions and answers video will show you how to be prepared for your next job interview. When you know how to answer these interview questions and answers, you will be more prepared than everyone else who is interviewing for this job.

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No matter what kind of job interview you have coming up, it’s likely they will ask you several of these questions, if not all of them. So I want to share with you my best tips for answering these top 10 interview questions.

These are the 10 most common questions a hiring manager, recruiter, or interviewer will most likely ask you on a first, second, or even third job interview. To make answering these top 10 questions easy for you, I’m going to break down each question in to all the Do’s and Don’ts so it will be blatantly obvious how to answer them, and as equally important, how NOT to answer them.
Since these are the most popular interview questions, you’ve probably seen or heard of them before, and you may think you know how to answer them.

These questions have been around for a long time and interviewers have been asking them since people started interviewing for jobs. Even though they are old questions, one thing has changed: The best way to answer them for the current times. Back in the 80’s and 90’s, your answer to any of these top 10 questions would have been different than the way you would answer it today in 20xx. And I’m going to show you how to answer these questions for current times.

No doubt, there are many other questions you will be asked on your interview, but these are the root questions. You need to know these. Once I show you how to answer these top 10 questions, I’ll show you where you can a complete list of other common interview questions and answers with a break-down on the best way to answer each one.


  1. What if you were being harrassed and you got fired for complaining. What if your employer was throwing away your timesheets and you had to go to the wage board (and win) to get your money. The stigma of being fired needs to go….. These are topics that I'd rather avoid to discuss. Even if you are in the right you are still wrong..

  2. Hello

    I live in NY And I would like to know if there is any good QA/Software testing training center which will help me and assured me job placement. I am not worried about the money that they will take but must guide me to find a job anywhere in the USA.

    Also give your advice and experience when you started as a fresher like me what you have done to become a QA….

    One center asked me to pay $3500 for the course and they will help me to find a job no assurance… which I needed .. after getting the job they will take few % out of my salary

  3. Don, what if the question is not on weakness, but 'the most recent -ve /developmental feedback'? What is the best way to answer this, since then, the feedback needs to be connected to your work, and something that you have not fixed yet?

  4. 4:17 "You'll want to do some extensive research, to know what the company is looking for. And the best best place to get this from is the job description […]" Tell me, what sort of other 'extensive research' are you doing, on top of googling the company name and visiting their website?!?
    And what if you don't actually get a job description?! Or you get one that reads exactly like any other job description (for the same type of job) What if you (FINALLY!) get the job description just mere hours before going to the interview, after chasing the recruitment agency for bloody WEEKS about one?…

    What then, you pretentious, self-absorbed, cliché-spewing moron?!

  5. Thank you so much for your advice on answering these interview questions. I have been in the United States for five years and did not have that much experience, however , after watching your video and sample answers , i was able to get my dream job in which I am able to build a career as suppose to just having a job. Thank You again.