Why you choose to apply for this job?
First, they want to make sure you’ve done your research and know what their job involves. And second, they want to see if you’ve thought about your own career and know what you’re looking for. They want someone who’s thought about their career goals and wants a specific type of job (or at least a few different types).
How do you answer why do I want this position?
Here’s a smart framework for how you should structure your answer.Step 1: Express Enthusiasm for the Company. First things first, this is an excellent opportunity for you to show off what you know about the company. Step 2: Align Your Skills and Experiences With the Role. Step 3: Connect to Your Career Trajectory.
Why do I like my hobby?
Confidence: Hobbies build confidence because being good at something and learning something new is very rewarding. Job roles and responsibilities change so often we are often faced with learning new things. This is a great opportunity to meet new people, discuss your hobby and get more involved with bigger groups.
Is watching TV a hobby?
TV watching is not a hobby. Watching television is a passive activity and therefore, not in the hobby category. It’s about turning off your mind and body, not stimulating it. Occasional TV watching is fine, but watching it for hours every night in lieu of other non-work-related activities is lame.