5 Things An Interviewer Wants To Hear In An Interview

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Have you ever wondered what a potential employer would like to hear from you during an interview? What could you possibly say that will increase your overall chances of securing a job offer?


Here are five things to include during an interview that will persuade the employer that you’re a good fit for the job.


1. You Won’t Have To Instruct Me What To Do More Than Once

Every employer wants to ensure that they can rely on you for any task that has been assigned. Employers do not want to watch over or repeat instructions given to an employee—no matter what it is.


2. I Will Complete The Tasks Assigned To The Best Of My Ability

The employer wants to hear that, no matter what piece of work is given, you are going to carry it out efficiently—that you will get the job done and complete it with excellence.


3. I Can Adapt To The Situation

The employer wants to know you can thrive in an environment that encourages you to build connections and make a positive contribution to the team—and that you’re not going to create conflict, confusion, complication, or question their authority.


4. Willingness To Learn And Improve; I Am Teachable

When something is not getting done, or if you’re not doing it correctly, the employer wants to know that they can provide you with a feedback and you will be open to listening to new perspectives and ideas and not get offended.


5. I Am A Loyal Employee

Loyalty isn’t about longevity. Employers understand it isn’t realistic asking for an employee to make a commitment to stay for 10, or even 25 years. Employers actually want candidates dedicated to helping the company grow and prosper beyond setbacks and competitors when you are employed with them.


These five points are predominantly what every employer wants to hear from a potential employee. If you can incorporate these important points during an interview with a prospective employer, you will stand out from the competition, and it will help the interviewer understand that you would be an asset to the organization.


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