What do you consider your most significant strengths?
This is another top 10 question that you can surely expect to hear in any interview.
Prepare yourself and make sure you can rattle off three to five of your strengths as it relates to your past or present job, work experience, and the requirements for the job for which you are interviewing.
Though it’s something to be proud of, they don’t want to hear what a wonderful mom you are or what a good basketball player you are.
Be prepared and know your strengths and don’t tell the interviewer that you don’t have any, even if you don’t. Relate your strengths to the job for which you are applying.
Best answer to what do you consider your most significant strengths:
1. “I have a solid background in Accounts Receivables, great problem solving abilities and I get things done with little direction.” And then elaborate a bit on your specific skills, but don’t turn this answer into a book. Keep it short and move on.
2. More great answers can be found in the Complete Interview Answer Guide.