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Testers are also known as quality control inspectors. These professionals are responsible for testing various finished products and raw materials for flaws or any deviations from the standard or accepted specifications. Their specific tasks depend on the industry they work in as well as the size and type of organization they work for.
A high school diploma or equivalent is sufficient for this entry level position. Most companies will provide on the job training to newly hired employees so they can learn the procedures and standards of their particular operations. Testers must have a good eye for details, excellent manual dexterity, technical skills and good physical strength and stamina.
Prospective employers will want to hear a detailed account of your work experience. What kind of industry have you worked in? What products and materials did you inspect? Did you work alone or as part of a team? At mock interview questions, you will find several other commonly asked questions at tester interviews. Take some time to go through them before heading out to your interview.