When you're already faced with the interview jitters, this can be the last question you want to hear. Unfortunately, it's not acceptable to just scream: "Because I'm broke and I need this job!" You need to formulate an actual, well thought-out answer.
Time to be psychic now. That’s right: after the verbal reasoning test, the panel interview and the essay, they're now asking you to predict the future.
The 'weakness' question is a double-edged sword. While you don't want to admit to being insufficient for the job, you also need to show that you are self-aware and have the ability to improve.
This question can be one of the easiest but also one of the most difficult in the interviewer's arsenal. You don’t want to seem arrogant when answering, but you also want to show self-awareness and maturity.
It's so easy to answer 'my mother', 'my old boss' or good ol' 'Michelle Obama'. But while these admirable figures might well be the foci of your deepest daydreams, the name you utter at that fateful time can say an awful lot more about you.
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