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Ghostwriter Interview

28 Questions and Answers Written by Christina Erne

Updated on August 20th, 2018 |
Question 1 of 28
What writing project do you consider the most difficult?
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How to Answer
The candidate should be honest about what kinds of writing or projects they struggle with the most. This gives the interviewer insight into where the candidate still needs to improve. The candidate should realize these improvements they may need to make and remain upbeat and positive about their abilities to fulfill the job well and improve over time.

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Question 2 of 28
How are you able to ensure you get your work done in a timely manner?
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The candidate should show that they are good at managing their time and will always get their work done on time and can juggle all that is asked of them. The candidate may talk about their organization skills and ways they ensure they get all of their work done on time so the clients are happy.

Question 3 of 28
What skills make you unique?
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The candidate should find ways of explaining why their work and their personality is the best fit for the job compared to other candidates. They should explain how they are special from other candidates based on the skills and traits they possess.

Question 4 of 28
What will you contribute to our company?
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The interviewer is hoping for a candidate who is looking to improve the quality of writing of the company or organization and will offer something that they were missing before. The candidate should talk about what they plan on adding to the company to help them all improve.

Question 5 of 28
Are you willing to go above and beyond for the job?
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The hiring manager is looking for someone who is constantly striving for more and to do the best work possible. Sometimes in writing, this requires the writer to work many hours overtime to produce a great piece of work. The candidate should describe what they would do while on the job to put in the extra effort.

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Author of Ghostwriter Answers and Questions

Christina Erne
Christina Erne is a meteorologist and a journalist at News 10 ABC in Albany, NY. Beginning her career as a reporter, she worked her way up the ranks of local television, learning the ins and outs of all possible jobs in the field, from technical support, to weather staff.
First written on: 05/30/2017
Last modified on: 08/20/2018

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