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30 Computers and Electronic Equipment Interview Questions

Question 1 of 30
At Company ABC we seek to hire those with a strong understanding of the computer, IT, and electronics industry. Walk me through your background and highlight your most relevant experience.
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How to Answer
The interviewer can see that you have previous positions which qualify you for this job with Company ABC; however, they want for you to go into further detail on the roles which you feel are the most relevant to the position at hand. This question also helps the interviewer to see that you understand the job description and requirements of the role. If you do not understand the position requirements fully, a question like this will make that transparent to the interviewer. Be sure you know your stuff! Use the keywords provided in the job posting/job description to keep the attention of the interviewer.

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Question 2 of 30
Our industry is a competitive one. In your opinion, what makes Company ABC stand out from our competitors?
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It is vital that you thoroughly research Company ABC before your interview, as well as their competitors. Be prepared to talk about their competitive landscape and why Company ABC comes out on top. You can keep your answer brief but be as specific as you can. Show off the research you've done!

Question 3 of 30
At Company ABC we like to develop Subject Matter Experts (SME's) in multiple fields. If you could sum up your knowledge to one area of expertise, what would it be?
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Everyone has their strengths and areas of expertise. The interviewer wants to know what your is. Talking about your strong suits is not bragging, but it can still be tough to pump your tires. Think about times in the recent past where your manager or co-workers have come to you for answers. Do you seem to have the answers when it comes to a particular subject? Perhaps you just completed additional education or certification in a specific area. Discuss an area where you think you bring above average industry knowledge.

Question 4 of 30
We have multiple avenues for career growth. Where would you like to see your career with Company ABC take you?
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Interviewing, hiring, and onboarding is an expensive and time-consuming process for Company ABC. Since there are likely many career opportunities available to you at Company ABC, be prepared to discuss how you would like to see your career grow. This shows the interviewer that you are engaged in this process and interested in becoming a long-term fixture in their organization.

Question 5 of 30
As you know, we have a very high customer service standard at Company ABC. If you could sum up your customer service style in 3 words, which would you choose?
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How to Answer
Most companies rely heavily on their customer service reputation. Assure the interviewer that you will value their client base by providing the same excellent service they have come to expect from Company ABC.

When using keywords to describe your customer service style try to avoid overused terms such as 'friendly'. If there are keywords you see frequently used by Company ABC on their website, in their job postings, or in their job descriptions, you can draw on those as well.

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