because i am a hard working,Eagar to learn new thing and my analytical skills are very good
and i am a Good decision making and problems solving in short forum
Such questions are fairly typical of those you will be presented with when applying for a job
As with most things, it is all about preparation. If you fail to prepare then be prepared to fail. There are many 'standard' questions. There are no standard answers as most are asking about you personally. Because of that no one but yourself can answer many of the questions you will be asked. Think about such questions in advance and have your answers ready. There are many sources of the type of questions you may be presented with. The internet and your local library being the main ones. Be positive; do not repeat what you have read in books or on the Internet. By all means read sample answers but do not repeat them verbatim. The person interviewing you will have read all those answers too.
There is more to having a successful job interview than just answering the questions asked. Many would say much more. First impressions count for far more than many realise.
Dress for the part. Be punctual and polite. Listen to what is being said. Answer only the question asked. (Don't ramble)
First, think of where you would like to be two or three years from now. What steps will it take to get there? Then you can continue on to the next so many years and so on. Think out of the box! What would you like to do if you could do anything? Learn about yourself first, because if your heart is not in it, you probably will not be happy in the long run. If you need more education, find a way to obtain it. Let your future employer know that you are ambitious and are willing to learn. Example: I plan to achieve my goals by working hard, working smart, listening and learning from others who are expert in the field and obtaining further education as needed. Go on line to StartupNation.com. I think you will find some wonderful information looking through the eyes of an employer. Good Luck To achieve this goal, the place should helps to grow each other, that are work place and the employee, understand each other in terms of professionalism, give enough space in terms of time to individual motivation, and a healthy team work.
Look out for number 1, YOU! There is not "I" in "team" but you are the most important person on that team, always. If the team around you is not pulling their fair share, you are not on a good team. Do what you are supposed to do for the team and don't let them down. If you do your part and others do not, at least you know you were true to your own principles and you can always choose to leave that team for another.
People are criticized for many reasons. The way people dress, where they work, and how they raise their kids are common reasons that people are criticized.