When were you most satisfied in your previous job?


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This question is perhaps not as frequently asked as some other ones but it does pop up every now and then.

 

When were you most satisfied in your previous job?

 

It is a bit like asking what did you like the most in your previous job. It is a question intended to give the interviewer information about how you perceived your time working for your previous employer AND what you really liked doing the most.

 

This might give information about what you like and perhaps what you are good at but it also tells them what you feel passionate about.

 

When answering a question like this, once again you should talk about points that are true and that you really liked and satisfied you.

 

You should at the same time try to mention points here that relate to the job you are applying to by being interlinked. By this we mean that for example you can say that you enjoyed working on your own doing deep analysis and it motivated you to have control of the project but only mention this if the job you are applying to needs you to do something similar as well.

 

If the new job is pure teamwork then maybe again mention that you love team work because you have done loads of that in the past and you get huge enjoyment out of working and interacting with people like you did in project this and that.

 

Conclusion: Once again use examples that help you getting that job by answering the question while hinting at the fact that you have the skills needed.

 

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