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Why should we hire you?
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Answer by emphasizing your greatest strengths against the advertised position. What do you pride yourself on the most? Which strengths will be, in your opinion, most beneficial to this role? Which will contribute to the company's success? Which strengths make you indispensable?
Answer examples
"I am a hard worker who does not hesitate to go above and beyond to ensure successful completion of projects, and I am more than willing to take on duties beyond my original job scope. I sincerely believe the company's success is my success."

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User-Submitted Answers

Why should we hire you?
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I have a wide variety of experience and skills in all parts of the industry.
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Having the necessary experience and expartice.
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I have the skills and experience necessary to excel at this position.
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I fit all of your criteria for the job and go beyond the average candidate. I am a young, passionate, driven human that rarely allows failure to be a part of my curriculum- but rather evolves with new challenges.
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My Experience matches the requirements you are looking for and I will definitely add value more than expectation derived in requirements.