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Tell Me About Yourself Job Interview Question & Answer

.The biggest mistake people being interviewed make is thinking the interviewer really wants to know about them as a person.They start saying things like, 'Well, I was born in Kerala, and when I was three we moved to Mumbai.My Father …’ Wrong. The interviewer wants to know that you can do the job, that you fit into the team, what you have accomplished in your prior positions and how can you help the organization.So,Engineering Friends keep this in mind before going next Engineering Job Interview or Campus Placement Drive

Now you must get little idea about "Tell Me About Yourself" is not a easy answering question for job interview.So if you are a fresher nor an experienced hand you will be in trouble while answering this question without better knowledge.You had better to keep silent on great informationalready on your CV or cover letter.


"I am a chemical engineer with eight years of experience, four which were in process engineering at Clorox working on improving plant productivity and four in specialty resin chemical sales where I help customers develop new products that improve their competitiveness in the marketplace. (Part One) "Recently, through networking, I learned of a company that had great products except for their concrete coating line. I knew that we had a resin that would enable the company to develop a faster drying concrete coating, thereby improving the company's ability to compete more effectively in their marketplace. I called on the decision-makers, got their interest, worked with R&D and helped them develop a product line that resulted in $2 million in new sales for the company in the first year, which meant $400K in new sales for us. (Part Two) "For the next step in my career, I would like to be with a larger firm with more resources so that I can continue to drive business and grow sales for both the company and my customers in a wider variety of applications. Once I have proven myself and earned the right to get promoted, I would like to use my skills to lead and develop a sales team." (Part Three)

We wish you all the best for Engineering Job Interview & requested not to keep silent if Intervew panels ask you lastly "Do you have any questions for me?"