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Why should we hire you?
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The hiring manager wants to know that you want this job. Talk a bit about why you are a strong candidate and be sure to tie in the information you have gathered from their job posting or job description.
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"I feel that you should hire me because I offer precisely the experience that you are looking for (give a specific example). In addition to the skills that I have, I also offer a character and work ethic that would fit well with your organization."

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User-Submitted Answers

Why should we hire you?
1.
I see every role as a medium to learn and improve upon my skilss rather than work, hence I am prepared to go all out to get results.
2.
I am qualified for this position and I strongly believe I can contribute and bring value to your company, as my proven record states I was always a model employee, a role model for my former colleagues if you want and an asset to the company.
3.
I believe I can bring you the results you are looking for. I am detail oriented and results driven. I pride myself in learning new tasks and applying them in high impact and stress environments.