Proper interview-preparation requires thoughtfulness, focus, and creativity. Once you’ve researched the company, considered how you are suited for the position, and honed your elevator-pitch, you need to anticipate the questions they will be asking.
The folks at The Muse have 30 behavioral interview questions you should be prepared to answer. One of our favorites:
“Give me an example of a time when you had to explain something fairly complex to a frustrated client. How did you handle this delicate situation?”
Read the entire list here.