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Please help with Interview tomorrow......


I have an interview tomorrow for a workmans comp Insurance company. I don't have any experience in this area except for just over a year of case management. So, with that being said I am a little nervous and need to do well to get this job. What type of questions should I prepare for? Also, what would the job be like? Thanks for any advice.


Has 12 years experience. Specializes in TELEMETRY.

they are going to prob ask why you want to do the job? what can u bring to this job? what r ur future goals? What you love n hate about nursing? whay r u applying to this particular job.... Stuff like that

What Are Your Weaknesses?

This is the most dreaded question of all. Handle it by minimizing your weakness and emphasizing your strengths. Stay away from personal qualities and concentrate on professional traits.

Why Should We Hire You?

Summarize your experiences and skills

Why Do You Want to Work Here?

The interviewer is listening for an answer that indicates you've given this some thought and are not sending out resumes just because there is an opening. Research the hospital statement or record.

What Are Your Goals?

Sometimes it's best to talk about short-term and intermediate goals rather than locking yourself into the distant future. For example, "My immediate goal is to .......My long-term goal .......

Why Did You Leave (Or Why Are You Leaving) Your Job?

If you're unemployed, state your reason for leaving in a positive context.

If you are employed, focus on what you want in your next job: "After two years, I made the decision to look for ..........where I can add my experience."

What Can You Do for Us That Other Candidates Can't?

What makes you unique? This will take an assessment of your experiences, skills and traits.

What Are Three Positive Things Your Last Boss Would Say About You?

It's time to pull out your old performance appraisals and boss's quotes. This is a great way to brag about yourself through someone else's words.

What Salary Are You Seeking?

It is to your advantage if the employer tells you the range first. Prepare by knowing the going rate in your area, and your bottom line or walk-away point. One possible answer would be: "I am sure when the time comes, we can agree on a reasonable amount. In what range do you typically pay someone with my background?"


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